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    IPQ BDB Alternatives

    IPQ BDB is described as 'filtering is done by a user space netfilter daemon that issues verdicts after looking up the IP address in a Berkeley DB. The fuzzy blocking model, freely inspired by STOCKADE, is designed to block non-distributed dictionary attacks and mitigate spam' and is a Firewall in the Security & Privacy category. There are more than 10 alternatives to IPQ BDB for a variety of platforms, including Windows, Linux, Online / Web-based, Windows Server 2019 and Windows Server 2012. The best alternative is Fail2ban, which is both free and Open Source. Other great apps like IPQ BDB are SSHGuard (Free, Open Source), IPBan (Free, Open Source), Denyhosts (Free, Open Source) and Cyberarms Intrusion Detection and Defense (Free, Open Source).

    This page was last updated May 17, 2021
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    IPQ BDB filtering is done by a user space netfilter daemon that issues verdicts after looking up the IP address in a...
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      Fail2ban scans log files (e.g. /var/log/apache/error_log) and bans IPs that show the malicious signs -- too many password failures, seeking for exploits, etc.
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      SSHGuard monitors services through their logging activity. It reacts to messages about dangerous activity by blocking the source address with the local firewall.
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      A FREE and open source application that allows auto banning ip addresses from failed login attempts. Many sources are watched such as SSH, SMTP, SQL-Server, MySQL, RDP and dropped packets.
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      The idea of denying access to SSH servers is nothing new and I was inspired by many other scripts that I discovered. However, none of them did things the way I envisioned them to. Also, they were all shell scripts which do not offer the elegance of Python.
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    1. Windows Server brute force protection for Remote Desktop (including NLA), FTP, SMTP, and much more.

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      Software has been set open-source and abandoned by the main developer. Seems a very good detector but fails to successfully stop attacks. When I have it set to block IPs after 5 failed attempts I shouldn't see multiple entries showing 300 attempts by the same IP addresses.



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      Monitor logs from several sources and execute actions based on some rules. Can be used to protecet against brute-force attacks.
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      RdpGuard allows you to protect your Remote Desktop (RDP) from brute-force attacks by blocking attacker's IP address. Fail2Ban for Windows.
    2. Your Microsoft Windows servers are probably under constant attack and you may not even know it! Chances are if your hosting remote desktop, or other services such as Microsoft exchange, FTP, HTTP, HTTP’s or SQL. Your server is likely getting bombarded with failed login attempts.
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    3. e.guardo protects your RDP, MSSQL, FTP, SMTP, EXCHANGE, OWA, LYNC, MICROSOFT DYNAMICS CRM, SHAREPOINT and many more services from Brute Force and Dictionary...
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      win2ban is a Fail2ban implementation for Windows systems. It is a packaging of Fail2ban, Python, Cygwin, Winlogbeat and many other related tools to make it a complete and ready-to-use solution for brute-force attack protection.
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