IP addresses keep on attacking our server. 192.168.0.115 and 192.168.0.125. Block them with tcp wrappers for all services?

January 1, 2018 759 views
Security Ubuntu 16.04

1 accept all related and established states
2 accept all packets from the icmp protocol (ping etc.)
3 accept everything coming to the loopback interface (lo)
4 accept ssh traffic – port 22 on the tcp protocol
5 accept http traffic – port 80 on the tcp protocol
6 accept https traffic – port 443 on the tcp protocol
7 drop all other packets.

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Those IPs are in private IP space, so I doubt it. How did you determine they are "attacking" you?

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