How to show ip banned in blacklist cPHulk?

angellenger

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Nov 18, 2012
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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 :)
 

tank

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Apr 12, 2011
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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.
 

Galvin

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Aug 27, 2011
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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/
 

feldon27

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Mar 12, 2003
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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.
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.