Having fail2ban installed on your server is one thing but getting it to actually start protecting your server requires you to properly configure it. This tutorial is a well presented walkthrough on how to install and configure fail2ban as another layer to secure your Linux web server. It covers everything you need to get started out right. The presenter includes configuration examples for enabling fail2ban monitoring on applicable services and also shows you how to manage fail2ban for manually adding and removing IP addresses from the block list after you get fail2ban installed and set-up. Highly recommended
Security is all about having multiple “layers” of protection. Fail2ban offers another layer, that can help protect your server against brute-force attacks. In this video, I’ll show you how to configure and install it.
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