[Hpr] Implemented a deny list on HPR

StankDawg stankdawg at stankdawg.com
Tue Mar 19 06:30:44 PDT 2013

Our hosting company might not feel the same way. We have to treat them as real attacks which we get all the time and I have banned for years. If they draw the attention of the hosting company we risk getting in trouble with them. They don't want to be attacked. 

Sent from my iPhone but don't judge me. I use it because it is convenient and useful not because it is some hipster accessory.

On Mar 19, 2013, at 4:40 AM, Ken Fallon <ken.fallon at gmail.com> wrote:

> Hi All,
> I have just banned 341 ip addresses from accessing HPR that were
> attempting to use known exploits to attack the site.
> I'm not sure how this fit's in with the HPR hacking ethos so I'm
> interested to hear if this is something you want or not.
> The site is basically a cpanel install, a cms, the shows and a
> database and pretty much all of it is available in the feed so there
> is actually nothing to steal.
> If you do wish to hack the site (probably not that hard to do) so that
> we can improve the security, please send me an email and I'll remove
> the ban on your IP address.
> Your thoughts as ever please.
> Ken.
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