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How to show ip banned in blacklist cPHulk?

Discussion in 'Security' started by angellenger, Nov 18, 2012.

  1. angellenger

    angellenger Registered

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    Hi everyone,

    In Login/Brute History Report, I see every IP Banned. And I want to remove one of them. But I can't see it in Black List( when click Edit Blacklist, it's blank).

    How to solve this problem on browse?

    Thanks :)
     
  2. tank

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    Your Blacklist is where you put in the IPs yourslef

    The rest of the logs you see are only temporary bans. The temporary ban lasts 2 weeks.

    Just add the IP you want to the Whitelist and flush the DB, clearing all the temporary bans as well.
     
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    I usually solve by this. I just want to know more measures.

    Thanks tank
     
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    Hello,

    you can visit this link and get more information about cPHulk for Brute Force Protection

    /http://youknowlinux.com/use-cphulk-for-brute-force-protection/
     
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    Not everyone wants to delete their temp bans.

    Here's the best info I have found:
    /http://gaarai.com/2009/10/15/fix-whm-cpanel-cphulk-brute-force-protection-lock-out-via-ssh/
    Fix WHM/cPanel cPHulk Brute Force Protection Lock Out Via SSH :: Chris Jean

    1. SSH into your server.
    2. Type mysql.
    3. Type connect cphulkd
    4. Type DELETE FROM brutes WHERE ip='127.0.0.1';


    Where you replace the IP with the address you want to unblock. Hopefully some day this will be a feature built into WHM. As you can guess it would be really easy to write it.
     
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