IP ranges and reverse IPs in brute_skip.list (SKINS)

Version 1.4


Optional field/value on the Brute Force Monitor (BFM) page which will allow you to manually type in: - IPs, IPv4 and IPv6 (use full/expanded form for IPv6) - IP ranges: and 1:2:3:4:5:6:7:8-9 (make sure to use the range type that the logs will see the IP as. If an IP shows up as IPv6 in the logs, use an IPv6 range) - domain.com (reverse IP lookup, exact match) - *.domain.com (reverse IP lookup, wildcard match, must start with *. Can also be *irectadmin.com, as it's just a string match) which will give you more control over skip list with the BFM. If you leave the field empty, the "Add to Skip List" button will block the check-boxed IPs listed in the table above. If you add an IP/range/domain to the field, then that value will be added to the skip list as well as any check-boxed IPs. When entering domain.com or *.domain.com, this will trigger a reverse IP lookup on the IP using a new script: /usr/local/directadmin/scripts/reverse_ip_lookup.sh If no domain.com or *.domain.com value is added, then the lookup is not done, which will speed up the process (reverse IP lookups can be slow if there are many IPs to check) The timing of the lookup is after the logs are parsed for that minute.. so a lookup will only ever be done at most once per minute, per IP. --------------- SKINS: admin/brute_force_monitor.html add; <input type=text name="skip_value" placeholder="Optional IP/Range/Domain" title="Optional IP/Range/Domain" size=24><a target=_blank class=listtitle href="http://www.directadmin.com/features.php?id=1252">?</a>

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