How to lock an account temporarily for some minutes if password retry failed after 3 times?
Date: Mon, 19 Jan 2004 09:28:29 +0800
If an user tries to login via ssh and failed 3 times in 10 seconds,
I would like ssh to temporarily stop responsing to the login
request of this user for 10 minutes, is it configurable? if so,
how to? thanks.
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