Fail2Ban not working...

    • OMV 3.x

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    • riff-raff wrote:

      You should use OMV4 right now since OMV3 is EOL.
      There is no fail2ban plugin in OMV4 though.

      riff-raff wrote:

      You should not open SSH towards internet, prefer VPN
      If you use public key auth, disable root logins, disable password auth, and use a different port, I don't see why ssh is any less secure than vpn. This is what I do. I also change the port on my router's (pfsense) port forwarding so I can leave port 22 for internal use but port 22 isn't open to the internet (which will get attacked much more by the bots).
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    • I know there is no fail2ban in OMV4, but for a fresh install I would prefer the latest stable.

      I used fail2ban on my nextcloud install for the last 2 years on OMV3 and never had any incidance with one trying to get access. I still have a lot of pings and reaches which I can see in nextcloud-log.

      Still a plugin on my wish list for OMV4, next to calibre.
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      It always defeats order, because it is better organized.
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