Forum
  1. Forums
  2. Imunify360
  3. Imunify360 and Imunify Sensor
  1. Ray Baron
  2. Monday, June 19, 2017
  3.  Subscribe via email
Had a lot of reports from clients over the weekend that WordFence not completing scans. Discovered that 69.46.36.28 (noc1.wordfence.com) was greylisted, apparently recently since the scans just stopped a couple days ago.

Is it possible to determine why this IP was greylisted?

Can 69.46.36.28 be removed from the greylist? (I've already added it to the CSF allow list on my servers where clients use WordFence.)
Rate this post:
  1. 19.06.2017 20:06:57
  2. # 1
Alexandre Accepted Answer
Posts: 27
Joined: 31.01.2017
0
Votes
Undo
You can obtain the reason why this address has been greylisted by searching for it in the Incident list.
Removal instructions can be found at http://docs.imunify360.com/firewall.htm
  1. 25.06.2017 16:06:10
  2. # 2
Ray Baron Accepted Answer
Posts: 29
Joined: 01.04.2013
0
Votes
Undo
Alexandre's reply does not quite answer the question. (Can't tell if Alexandre is from CloudLinux or just a helpful user replying.)

The incident list does indicate activity related to the IP on the server. But it does not tell why an IP is in the graylist in the first place.

For example, if the IP is highlighted "gray" -- list of IPs in the herd-immunity list from CloudLinux -- the rule violation on my server is displayed. But when I open the greylist page there is no indication why the IP was included in the list.
  1. 26.06.2017 13:06:16
  2. # 3
Alexandre Accepted Answer
Posts: 27
Joined: 31.01.2017
0
Votes
Undo
I see the point: there's actually no 'Comment' field for graylist entries - it will be added in one of future releases (can be tracked by DEF-953 identifier in Imunify360 blog)
  1. 26.06.2017 14:06:04
  2. # 4
Ray Baron Accepted Answer
Posts: 29
Joined: 01.04.2013
0
Votes
Undo
Great, thanks for the update!
  • Page :
  • 1


There are no replies made for this post yet.
Be one of the first to reply to this post!
Guest
Submit Your Response
Upload files or images for this discussion by clicking on the upload button below. Supports gif,jpg,png,zip,rar,pdf
• Remove Upload Files (Maximum File Size: 2 MB)
You may insert polls into your post. The poll would then appear in the post.
Vote Options
Captcha
To protect the site from bots and unauthorized scripts, we require that you enter the captcha codes below before posting your question.