[asterisk-users] Asterisk 1.6

motty cruz motty.cruz at gmail.com
Fri Apr 4 09:58:48 CDT 2014

absolutely right A J, thanks for the heads up.
I do not intent to implement that solution in production server, I hope to
learn it first, build a test server and monitor for a few days or weeks.

Thanks again,

On Fri, Apr 4, 2014 at 7:38 AM, A J Stiles <asterisk_list at earthshod.co.uk>wrote:

> On Friday 04 Apr 2014, Michelle Dupuis wrote:
> > Take a look a SecAst from www.generationd.com<
> http://www.generationd.com/>
> >
> > It does everything fail2ban does and more, including blocking users by
> > geography (we exclude all of Asia and Africa), detection of break-in
> > patterns (even if someone guessed your un/pw), detect changes in dial
> > rates, etc.
> >
> > Grab the free version - its a BIG step up from fail2ban.
> That link points towards a precompiled binary, which could have literally
> *anything* lurking in it.  I politely advise you to back away slowly, and
> break into a run when you think you are out of sight.
> Precompiled binaries without Source Code should be treated like a bottle of
> glowing green liquid labelled "drink me", or an offer to come and look at
> some
> puppies.  No reputable software supplier would object to showing you what
> is
> on the inside.
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