Is there any doucmentation regarding sshguard ?
I have a sftp server sat in my DMZ and just noticed a few of these in the logs:-
Oct 5 19:01:16 sshguard 48495 Attack from "2607:ff10:c5:509a::10" on service 100 with danger 10.
Oct 5 19:01:09 sshguard 48495 Attack from "2607:ff10:c5:509a::10" on service 100 with danger 10.
Oct 4 17:54:34 sshguard 10669 Attack from "172.16.2.20" on service 380 with danger 10.
Lol 172.16.2.20 is me :)
Is it here:-
Those are in your pfsense log - or the log on this server your allowing ssh into?
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pfsense log John
Your saying that ipv6 address is server in your dmz hitting your pfsense IP? I wouldn't allow boxes in dmz to talk to pfsense - kind of the whole point of a dmz is isolation ;)
The ipv6 address is outside my network.
I also have pf running on the sftp server ( its a pi running FreeBSD ) to block brute forces.
Just wondering what the service 100 with danger 10 means.
Oops I had a go at renaming all my aliases this morning and it looks like I screwed up the firewall entry to pass IPv6 to my sftp host dooh
service 100 is ssh, and danger just means it flagged it as attack..
Just looked in the logs as per my bold text, it wasn't hitting the sftp host but the dmz interface.