How to block network traffic by country on Linux

As a system admin who maintains production Linux servers, there are circumstances where you need to selectively block or allow network traffic based on geographic locations. For example, you are experiencing denial-of-service attacks mostly originating from IP addresses registered with a particular country. In other cases, you want to block SSH logins from unknown foreign […]

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Howto: Geolocation for Fail2ban

source: fail2ban.org   Using geolocation to locate your attackers. I use fail2ban on my servers to protect them from would-be attackers, if you don’t your either insanely nieve to the fact that somebody wants in your system, or your just wanting to see if you can get hacked. Most of the attackers I would assume are […]

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