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How to manage Fail2Ban and its jails in Plesk for Linux

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    Roney Ngala

    How do I disable the email Notifications (they are too many, after every minute!) but still maintain the Fail2ban running in the server?

    Email notification sample: "The IP 51.79.74.171 has just been banned by Fail2Ban after 5 attempts against default."

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  • Hi Roney Ngala,

    Such setting is not available from Plesk yet, but it's something you can manage directly at Fail2Ban: /etc/fail2ban/action.d/sendmail.conf

    As of now, I would recommend you to vote for this feature request.

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    Atet Sugiharto

    Hi everyone,

    My Plesk Obsidian Fail2Ban could not working after I did change vhosts directory. I try to enable it but no error created. It's just disable again.

    SELinux in permissive mode.

    Anyone can advice please.

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