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Re: hosts.deny

PARANOID does not mean "anyone" it means anyone who the reverse DNS lookup
fails on.


ALL: X.X.X.X (replace as needed ;)



On Wed, 6 Sep 2000 debian-isp@ghost.net.cfw.com wrote:

> Hello ISPers,
> I have a question re: security.
> I my hosts.deny I have:
> # The PARANOID wildcard matches any host whose name does not match its
> # address.
> Basically I am trying to deny all but one IP address to any service. Yet I
> wanted to test it by trying to open a ssh session to the machine and I can
> ssh in just fine. I was wondering what I was doing wrong in my
> host.deny. I have nothing in my host.allow also.
> Any advice appriciated.
> D. Ghost
> 'space ghost and debian ghost are one'
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