Fail2Ban

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This custom Fail2Ban filter and jail will deal with all scans for common Wordpress, Joomla, Drupal and other Web Exploits being scanned for by automated bots and those seeking to find exploitable web sites. I hold no responsibility for any problems this may cause you. You need to have a thorough understanding of Fail2Ban especially whitelisting. You also need to make sure that if you have ANY of the plugins, templates, folders or files shown in these exploit scan signatures then make sure you stop using such plugins or themes and rename any folders or files to something more suitable. You could very easily block out yourself or your own users. Please take caution with this filter.

https://github.com/mitchellkrogza/Fail2Ban.WebExploits

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