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Stopping an Attacker with the Route Reject Command

You can use KRIPP to monitor FTP dictionary attacks where an attacker tries to guess a userid and password combination to break into an FTP server. You can block the attacking system with the route command, e.g. route add 202.123.213.3 reject to block all packets from 202.123.213.3. When the attacker has moved on to other targets, you can remove the routing table entry with route del 202.123.213.3 reject.

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