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  1. I wanted to share my fail2ban configuration for people that want to protect against a brute force attack. Fail2ban is a piece of software that will monitor log files for a authentication failures then ban the source ip address after so many attempts to protect against a brute force attack. I searched around for an tutorial or how to on how to implement this for emby and came up short, so I decided to give it a try and got it to work without much trouble at all. I wouldn't consider myself an expert and this is my first how to I have every written so if I made a mistake or I'm wrong let me know,
  2. everydayevil

    fail2ban custom emby filter

    Hello all, I'm using the emby built in ssl for external announcement and i'm trying to write a fail2ban filter for direct emby log support. In reviewing the logs i was only able to find a log line with the connecting IP in the HTTP 401 response. Initially I was just going to regex that however on further review I'm seeing non-auth fail 401 messages returned. That leaves me having to try to mangle together some multiline regex nightmare trying to match first the authentication failure line then the 401 for the <HOST> ip. I've been working on this all day, I'm not even sure it's possi
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