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    9 comments  ·  General » File storage & sharing  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminGabriel (PM, Axigen) commented  · 

    We started working on the new Axigen Drive -- it's an integration with Nextcloud and Onlyoffice.

    How many of you are already using Nextcloud? I'm very interested in getting your feedback about how you expect this integration to be working.

    Any other comments that will help us get this right are welcome.

    Thanks.

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    1 comment  ·  General » Administration  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminGabriel (PM, Axigen) commented  · 

    Starting with Axigen X2 (end of March, 2018) we'll be taking the first step towards push button upgrades --- available upgrades will be displayed in WebAdmin.

    For now, the install will still be done manually, but we plan to also cover this as a second step after X2.

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    3 comments  ·  General » WebMail  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminGabriel (PM, Axigen) commented  · 

    Yes, you can edit the stylesheet - however, since we don't have a feature in the product allowing this, any edits should be done by changing the files on the disk, which means that they would need to be checked again and reapplied when upgrading to higher versions.

    I would rather recommend you to add a new feature request on the community about having getting a custom set of stylesheets in the product -- and possibly editable from the WebAdmin, that would be preserved on upgrades.

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    19 comments  ·  General » Administration  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminGabriel (PM, Axigen) commented  · 

    Hi,

    What's still unclear to me is why error control + flow control is not enough.
    More specifically, I'm referring to the combination of the following two options:

    1. Error control
    Close session after [x] failed authentication attempts (default: 5)
    +
    2. Flow control
    Allow max. [y] new connections in [z minute(s)] from each remote IP (defaults: 600 new connections in 1 minute)

    Could you please detail why the combination above is not sufficient?

    I'm a bit reluctant in blocking IPs, because that might introduce frequent issues in the case of users behind a NAT, so I'm first trying to dig deeper into what's wrong / missing and identify improvements with less potential chances of generating more problems than the benefits they bring.

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    AdminGabriel (PM, Axigen) commented  · 

    @Everyone: do you have this problem on WebMail only? I'm asking as with POP3 & IMAP, Axigen already includes error control & flow control, which should provide enough protection mechanisms.

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    AdminGabriel (PM, Axigen) commented  · 

    Hi,

    Regarding the wrong password attempts, here's a proposal that would apply on any service:

    * After 5 failed login attempts on the same account within a 1 minute interval, introduce a 5 minutes ban until the next login try is allowed from that IP
    * After 10 failed login attempts on the same account, introduce a 1 hour ban until the next login try is allowed from that IP
    * List the temporary banned IPs in the webadmin, with the possibility for the admin to unblock.

    Would this solve it?
    Would we also need an email notification for the admin?
    Would we also need the option for the admin to move to permanently denied IPs?

    Best wishes,
    Gabriel

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    2 comments  ·  General » File storage & sharing  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Files (WebDAV) will be running over the webmail service, so it will have the same port. Same happens currently with CardDAV, which can be accessed at [webmail address](:webmail port)/Contacts.

    What would be the need behind controlling the port? What would you want to achieve?

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    AdminGabriel (PM, Axigen) commented  · 

    You could set the webmail service to run on a non-standard port, for example 8443.

    There are a couple of implications, indeed: (1) this would require you to open that port in your firewall and (2) users would be able to also access their webmail on the same port.

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