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  Post #14 (permalink)   12-12-2017, 09:00 AM
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Originally Posted by easyhostmedia View Post
Not really. any host can be locked out of their own servers if they have Brute Force enabled as all it means is that someone (could be you) have made too many failed login attempts.
What you quoted and then said "Not really," to was pretty much the definition of a brute force attack - so I'm not sure what you're saying not really to.

Sure - the company themselves could get locked out by brute force detection - but if that happens and they have no way around it I'm not sure I'd entirely trust them to properly run and manage their infrastructure.

There's always a way in - such as console access via VPN. If the provider doesn't have console access - which would be odd for a company remote from their hardware not to have.

What was it that you were saying "Not really," to?
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