Tag Archive: security

Mar 01

Using CSF/LFD and IPTABLES to block specific traffic

You can easily block unwanted traffic using IPTABLES.  However, if your using csf/lfd from configserver you can easily block specific traffic.

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Dec 20

BFD (Brute Force) rule for Asterisk

I whipped up a BFD rule to try and defend against sip attacks.  This watches for failed logins in the /var/log/asterisk/full log and then blocks them.  I set the TRIG level low so you might need to change this to something you are more comfortable with.     Drop this file in /usr/local/bfd/rules/ Name the file …

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Dec 20

Securing trixbox CE

I have created a small guide to help users secure their trixbox CE installs.  This guide is in PDF format and should be readable on just about any system.  This is by no means a definitive guide, but should be used as s way to help users. securing_trixbox_ce_ver1

Dec 20

mod_auth_mysql trixbox

You want to password protect the user/maint on your trixbox server? Give this a shot!!