> Am 11.08.2018 um 21:33 schrieb Lonnie Abelbeck <li...@lonnie.abelbeck.com>:
> Cody,
> The Status tab -> Adaptive Ban Plugin Status: only shows banned hosts by the 
> adaptive-ban plugin using the current /var/log/messages file.
> Lonnie

BTW: The "messages" file gets rotated (by file size) over time, even if you set 

>> On Aug 11, 2018, at 2:26 PM, Cody Alderson <aldersona...@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Micheal Keuter,
>> Thank you. Yes, it is the entry in user.conf that I placed. I remember that 
>> now. I checked, and it is still present. Does the status screen for banned 
>> hosts list all the banned hosts in the log or just a few of them? Just 
>> curious. Thank you for the info on permanently blocking IP addresses.
>> Cody
>> On Sat, Aug 11, 2018 at 12:20 PM, Michael Keuter <li...@mksolutions.info> 
>> wrote:
>> Hi Cody,
>> the "Banned Hosts list" from the Adaptive Ban Plugin is generated from the 
>> entries in the "/var/log/messages" file (like Fail2Ban works too).
>> Usually the log file is deleted on reboot, unless you have manually set 
>> "PERSISTLOG=yes" in your "user.conf".
>> But depending on how your firewall is configured, you can permanently block 
>> IP-addresses either in 
>> "/mnt/kd/blocked-hosts" or if you use *.netset blocking-list files in 
>> "/mnt/kd/blocklists/blocked-hosts.netset"
>> https://doc.astlinux.org/userdoc:tt_firewall_external_block_list
>> Michael



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