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    It isn’t in the standard CentOS 7 Repositories, but is easily installed and configured with the following commands and settings done as the root user:

    a) The Fail2Ban package is in the EPEL-Release repository which is activated with the command:

    yum install epel-release

    b) After the above which makes the EPEL Release Repository available for use, Fail2Ban is installed with:

    yum install fail2ban
    (type ‘y’ to confirm the EPEL Key etc)

    c) Fail2Ban is activated on the system with the command:

    systemctl enable fail2ban

    A quick SSH based default config for fail2ban is achieved by loading the following lines to the newly created file /etc/fail2ban/jail.local

    [DEFAULT]
    # Ban hosts for one hour:
    bantime = 3600

    # Override /etc/fail2ban/jail.d/00-firewalld.conf:
    banaction = iptables-multiport

    [sshd]
    enabled = true

    The above configured Fail2Ban to block repeat offenders for 1 hour, to use the IPTables Firewalling capabilities on the SSH port of 22.

    After loading the above to the jail.local file, restart the fail2ban service with:

    systemctl restart fail2ban

    You can check on fail2ban’s operations with the command:

    fail2ban-client status

    FYI,
    Richard.

     
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