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#!/usr/bin/perl # activeblock - daemon which blocks invalid IPs attempting access to t +he server # started by cron and uses locking of dbm to be unique # # Written by Stephen S. Flitman, MD, Programmer at Arms, Xenoscience I +nc. # Released under GPLv3. # # 1.0 012408 Initial work # 1.1 012608 Exclusion list # 1.2 013008 Use File::Tail and run as a daemon if -c; drops -t option # 1.3 082608 Exclusion list by IP, also works for class C address like + 192.168.0 # 1.4 120108 Exclusion list by host also # 1.5 052809 -a Allow switch and -l List blocked addresses ###################################################################### +########## use strict; use File::Tail; use GDBM_File; use Getopt::Std; use Socket; my %opts; my $logFile='/root/activeblock.log'; my $dbm='/root/activeblock.dbm'; my $cmdBlock = '/sbin/iptables -I INPUT -s %s -p tcp -m tcp --dport 0 +:999 -j DROP'; my $cmdDelete = '/sbin/iptables -D INPUT -s %s -p tcp -m tcp --dport 0 +:999 -j DROP'; my $cmdList = '/sbin/iptables -L INPUT -n'; my %exclude=('192.168.0.*'=>1); my $dbg=0; my $nAttempts=3; ###################################################################### +######### sub writelog { my $msg=join('',@_); open(FILE,'>>',$logFile) || die "Can't append to $logFile: $!"; print FILE scalar localtime,': ',$msg,"\n"; close FILE; } sub logerror { my $msg=join('',@_); writelog $msg; exit 1; } ###################################################################### +######### getopts('abcdhluz',\%opts); if ($opts{h} || length("$opts{a}$opts{b}$opts{l}$opts{c}")>1) { print <<EOT; Usage: activeblock [-abcdhluz] [logfile] [ip...] Peruse logfile for IPs to block using iptables. Additional IPs to exclude from blocking can also be supplied. -a Allow (unblock) listed IPs but may be blocked again later. -b Block listed IPs -c Called from cron to run as a daemon. -d Debug mode. -h This help display. -l List current blocked addresses. -u Update iptables for real (with -c). -z Zap database. EOT exit 1; } $dbg++ if $opts{d}; if ($opts{a}) { # allow/unblock my ($res,$nDeleted,$ip); for $ip (@ARGV) { $res=sprintf($cmdDelete,$ip); $res=qx/$res 2>&1/; if ($res) { print "Error on deleting $ip from INPUT chain: $res\n"; } else { ++$nDeleted; } } print $nDeleted ? "Allowed $nDeleted IPs\n" : "Those IPs were not +found\n"; exit; } if ($opts{b}) { # block my ($res,$ip); for $ip (@ARGV) { $res=sprintf($cmdBlock,$ip); $res=qx/$res 2>&1/; if ($res) { print "Error on blocking $ip: $res\n"; } else { print "Blocked $ip\n"; } } exit; } if ($opts{l}) { # list print qx/$cmdList/; exit; } my %ip; my ($logSecure,@ips)=@ARGV; map { $exclude{$_}++ } @ips; my $exclude=join('|',map { reify($_) } keys %exclude); writelog "exclude: $exclude" if $dbg; unless (tie %ip,'GDBM_File',$dbm,GDBM_WRCREAT,0666) { exit if $opts{c}; # I'm called by cron but another me is running a +lready die "Can't tie $dbm: $!"; } if ($opts{z}) { # zap ip table %ip=(); writelog "$dbm cleared"; } if ($opts{c}) { my $ref=tie *LOG,"File::Tail",(name=>$logSecure); $SIG{HUP}=sub { writelog 'daemon exiting'; untie %ip; exit; }; while (<LOG>) { process($_); } # never exits unless killed, use -HUP to make sure database is unti +ed properly } #else non-daemon behavior open(LOG,$logSecure) || die "Can't open $logSecure: $!"; while (<LOG>) { process($_); } close LOG; # done untie %ip; exit; sub reify { my $ip=shift; if ($ip=~/^\d+/) { $ip=~s/\*/\\d+/g; } else { my $packed_ip=gethostbyname($ip); $ip=inet_ntoa($packed_ip) if defined $packed_ip; } $ip=~s/([.])/\\$1/g; $ip; } sub process { my $line=shift; register_ip($2,$1) if $line=~/Invalid user (\w+) from (\d+\.\d+\.\d ++\.\d+)/; register_ip($2,$1) if $line=~/Failed password for (\w+) from (\d+\. +\d+\.\d+\.\d+)/; register_ip($1) if $line=~/reverse mapping.*\[(\d+\.\d+\.\d+\.\d ++)\] failed/; register_ip($1) if $line=~/Could not reverse map address (\d+\.\ +d+\.\d+\.\d+)/; register_ip($1) if $line=~/Address (\d+\.\d+\.\d+\.\d+).*POSSIBL +E BREAK/; register_ip($2,$1) if $line=~/Failed keyboard-interactive.pam for ( +\w+) from (\d+\.\d+\.\d+\.\d+)/; # more patterns here } sub register_ip { my ($ip,$user)=@_; print "register_ip($ip,$user)\n" if $dbg; if ($ip=~/^($exclude)$/o) { writelog "Ignore $ip"; return; } my ($res,$blk)=split(/,/,$ip{$ip}); ++$res; if ($blk ne 'BLK' && ($res>=$nAttempts || $user eq 'root')) { # + nAttempts failures, or trying to login as root writelog "Block $ip $user"; my $cmdline=sprintf($cmdBlock,$ip); my $result=$opts{u} ? `$cmdline 2>&1` : ''; if (length $result) { # error writelog "$cmdline: $result"; } else { $blk='BLK'; } } $ip{$ip}="$res,$blk"; }

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