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How to Block Port Scan Attacks with Psad on Ubuntu/Debian

psad, Port Scan Attacks Detector, is used to detect the port scan attacks and other suspicious traffic by analyzing the iptables of Linux systems. It is an Intrusion Detection System written in Perl. It analyzes the iptables and ip6tables log messages regularly to detect, alert and block the port scans if necessary. – See more at: http://www.unixmen.com/how-to-block-port-scan-attacks-with-psad-on-ubuntu-debian/#sthash.uQQiTloX.dpuf

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  1. Pingback by How to Block Port Scan Attacks with Psad on Ubuntu/Debian - Debian Info — July 27, 2013 @ 7:39 pm

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