Visible to the public Network Security System on Multiple Servers Against Brute Force Attacks

TitleNetwork Security System on Multiple Servers Against Brute Force Attacks
Publication TypeConference Paper
Year of Publication2020
AuthorsIdhom, M., Wahanani, H. E., Fauzi, A.
Conference Name2020 6th Information Technology International Seminar (ITIS)
Date PublishedOct. 2020
PublisherIEEE
ISBN Number978-1-7281-7726-7
Keywordsbrute force attacks, Communication networks, Databases, Fail2ban, Force, Human Behavior, human factors, IDPS, IDS, IP networks, Monitoring, Network security, policy-based governance, pubcrawl, security, Security by Default, Servers
Abstract

Network security is critical to be able to maintain the information, especially on servers that store a lot of information; several types of attacks can occur on servers, including brute force and DDoS attacks; in the case study in this research, there are four servers used so that a network security system that can synchronize with each other so that when one server detects an attack, another server can take precautions before the same attack occurs on another server.fail2ban is a network security tool that uses the IDPS (Intrusion Detection and Prevention System) method which is an extension of the IDS (Intrusion Detection System) combined with IP tables so that it can detect and prevent suspicious activities on a network, fail2ban automatically default can only run on one server without being able to synchronize on other servers. With a network security system that can run on multiple servers, the attack prevention process can be done faster because when one server detects an attack, another server will take precautions by retrieving the information that has entered the collector database synchronizing all servers other servers can prevent attacks before an attack occurs on that server.

URLhttps://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/9321108
DOI10.1109/ITIS50118.2020.9321108
Citation Keyidhom_network_2020