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regard to protection ..

Postby Mic7 » Mon Nov 16, 2015 1:00 am

Hello,,

From time to time
I find attempts to admin entry from external ip
what should I do ,,
How i can receive alerts attempts to enter,,


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Re: regard to protection ..

Postby Mic7 » Mon Nov 16, 2015 2:09 am

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found it :twisted: ,,
What should I do next :?:
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Re: regard to protection ..

Postby myleftbollock » Thu Dec 03, 2015 3:29 pm

You should not externalize the login to DSM. Set up your own VPN and access DSM through that instead - or at the very least, configure the DSM firewall to only accept connections to DSM HTTP/HTTPS port from your local LAN and any known/trusted external IP's (Office, Friends place) - obviously these would need to be static.
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Re: regard to protection ..

Postby wilbur217 » Fri Apr 01, 2016 7:42 pm

What is the difference between this log event "Host [74.208.250.138] was blocked via [SSH]." and event "User [support] from [212.83.150.251] failed to log in via [SSH] due to authorization failure."

I have SSH turned off and the firewall set to block non US IP addresses from accessing SSH. Is the first log event because SSH is turned off?

Thank you for clarifying.

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