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Block users from attempting authentication at the Secure Proxy level
We have a Secure Proxy engine that is exposed to the internet. As such we are subjected to a large number of "probing" login attempts from usernames such as "root", "admin", etc. All of our login attempts are passed to a Sterling External Authenti...
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