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comment Is off-the-record style encryption possible with email?
In Thunderbird there is implemented a chatclient now (that will speak OTR one day), if the user is online you see an icon in the message header, so you can answer as OTR-Chat instead of an email. So that might make your (brilliant) idea obsolete when OTR-chat will replace email one day
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revised Is there an internal equivalent to fail2ban?
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revised Is there an internal equivalent to fail2ban?
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comment Is there an internal equivalent to fail2ban?
I altered the question. The main reason I ask here and don't just RTFM is because I get overwhelmed by the amount of information in the manual :) So how would I have to change the default configuration of fail2ban?
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revised How do i brute-force an SSH-login which has an only 4-letter password?
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comment How do i brute-force an SSH-login which has an only 4-letter password?
I just successfully hacked a 1-letter password with hydra -l testuser -V -x 1:4:aA1- localhost ssh (1:4 means minimum 1 and maximum 4-letters)
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accepted How do i brute-force an SSH-login which has an only 4-letter password?