This is a great idea in theory.... But.... how could you tell if static or 
dynamic ip (some hacked computer at somebodies home). Once they rebooted their 
network they would start attacking all over again. Doesn't really help, does 
it.  This is a job for iptables not psad.

Eli

On Sunday 25 November 2012 23:47:36 Oscar Marley wrote:

Hi everyone is it possible to define different AUTO_BLOCK_TIMEOUT values 
depending on a reached DANGER_LEVEL?


Supose that an attacker has reached DANGER_LEVEL 3 and has already waited an 
amount of time and you want to increment the blocking time if he reaches 
DANGER_LEVEL 4 or block him permanently if he reaches DANGER_LEVEL 5


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