Enable brute force protection
If enabled, brute force protection will be enabled for ACEN. (Default: ON)
Brute force protection is currently implemented for standard login authentication, web service authentication and all web licensing methods which do not require any authentication.
If enabled, ACEN will monitor all failures (invalid logins in case of authentication or errors in case of web licensing methods) within defined period (in minutes).
This means that remote host can generate max number of failures (M) within defined period (T). Once the number of failures is over the maximum number of failures (M) for specific remote host ip address web service will return STATUS_HOST_TEMPORARILY_BANNED error until defined period (T) since last recorded failure is reached (by default, 15 minutes since the last recorded failure).
Use these settings to permanently ban specific remote hosts from accesing ACEN by adding their IP address to permanently banned hosts list.
Following options are currently available:
- Ban single IP address (click on + button to add IP address to the list)
- Unban single IP address (click on - button to remove IP address from the list or blue trash can icon to delete IP address directly)
- Check if IP address is on the list (search for specific IP address)
- Delete complete list of banned hosts with single button (red trash can button).