fail2ban bans IP address of attackers it gathers from service logs (Apache, postfix, etc). It has a command line utility to start/stop fail2ban, plus getting status reports, etc. But it didn’t have a command to manually add a banned IP for a certain jail. This patch adds that functionality. I’ve sent it to Cyril today (Apr 10, 2009), but I’m posting it here cause I never got a response from Cyril on other matters, so I’m not sure if he’s getting my messages
fail2ban-client set ssh-iptables banip 184.108.40.206
Hope it’s useful for you!
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