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Brute Force = Annoying

Discussion in 'Security' started by Swimo, Sep 18, 2010.

  1. Swimo

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    Hey.

    I enabled the brute force protection for security.

    But all i've been getting since then is the "root" account locked out nearly all the time.

    It really gets on my nerves, is there anyway to bypass it or "unblock" the account?
     
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    One problem there, i'm locked out of the root account lol.
     
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