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disabling ftp 11 years 1 week ago #24176

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how do I disable ftp after detecting an intrusion

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Re: disabling ftp 11 years 1 week ago #24179

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Is this something that you wanted to automate after some soft of Intrusion Detection is spotted ? What kind of intrusion are you talking about ?
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Re: disabling ftp 11 years 1 week ago #24203

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ok

just h ow to disable ftp to sav e u they effort

you ' ve been helpful smurf


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Re: disabling ftp 11 years 1 week ago #24206

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Whats your FTP running on ? Windows/Unix ?

Also, what firewalls do you have ?

You could disable it either at the perimiter using the firewall or on the FTP server itself.

It is best to block at the perimiter to stop the actual traffic hitting the ftp server in the first place.

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Re: disabling ftp 11 years 6 days ago #24214

This scenario is still vary vague, and as Smurf has asked what exactly are we dealing with in regards to OS, firewall, IPS (open source, enterprise).

But in theory this is how I would do it –

First, you will need to find out if your IPS can detect an intrusion and have a script or batch file run. The IPS would then call that script or batch file which would send a command to shut down that ftp daemon or service.

OR

Many firewalls and IPS work together. You can configure your IPS to enable a policy on the firewall that has been pre-configured. The policy would remain dormant until the IPS would call upon it. This policy would simply be to stop traffic to the FTP port.
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