Blocking brute force SSH to firewall

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Blocking brute force SSH to firewall

For various business reasons I need to allow SSH directly to a PA-3020 to manage the unit.  Is there a way to apply a vulenerability policy to this traffic so that I can block bruteforce attacks?

 

Thanks

Dustin

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L1 Bithead

Is it possible to setup a vpn tunnel for yourself, then ssh to an inside management ip? I would be careful opening any external port up for management, especially if you use local authentication credentials.

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L3 Networker

Hope the above attachment will answer your question.

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# You can call this vulnaribility profile in the intrested security policy ( if the traffic is from unt to unt or a intrazone traffic )
# Please create a seperate security policy as default intrazone profile will not contain this Vul. Profile.
#Clone a default one to make the changes as in default one you will not be able to make any changes.

 

# Default action is alert, Change the action and number of attempts as per your needs.

 

Thank you

 

 

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