How does the new blacklist automatic trigger work?

In Syncplify.me Server! version 1.1.6.16 we have introduced an additional automatic triggering method for the blacklist, and several users asked us to explain how it works with more detail.

The previous versions, in fact, were already able to trigger the automatic blacklisting of a client IP address upon a certain number (configurable) of failed authentication attempts.

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Receive a notification email when someone tries to log in

A very common request from our customers is to be able to receive an email notification whenever someone tries to log into their FTP(S)/SFTP server with the wrong credentials.

You can do that by taking advantage of the new “after a failed authentication” event handler that we’ve introduced in Syncplify.me Server! version 1.0.5.15. Here is how to do it:

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New release: Server! v1.0.5.15

Today we have released Syncplify.me Server! version 1.0.5.15.

It’s a FTP, FTPS (both explicit and implicit TLS), and SFTP server for the Windows operating system.

Among its most prominent features you can find:

  • Runs as a system service
  • Large file support (> 4 GB)
  • PKI authentication with multiple key-pairs per user
  • Advanced FTP(S) and SFTP security settings
  • Automatic blacklist
  • Real-time monitor
  • Virtual folders with per-folder security
  • IP-based and per-user security (white-lists)
  • Powerful event-handling subsystem
  • Easy graphical Configuration Manager
  • Command-line Interface configuration tool

Please, come check it out here!

Using the TSrvUser object in Syncplify.me Server!

Here’s a brief example that shows how to use the TSrvUser from within a script run by a Syncplify.me Server! event handler. This scripts simply creates a clone of the currently connected user profile.