Overview#

Designates the time frame in which to monitor consecutive failed login attempts (LoginIntruderAttempts).

If the number of LoginIntruderAttempts to log in exceeds the LoginIntruderLimit, the user’s account is locked to prevent further login attempts.

The IntruderAttemptResetInterval is the amount of time in which consecutive failed attempts (LoginIntruderAttempts) must fall.

For example, assume the IntruderAttemptResetInterval is 30 minutes and the LoginIntruderAttempts is 3 login attempts.

  • If a user attempted to log in every 20 minutes, the user would never be locked out.
  • If the user attempted to log in every minute, a LockedByIntruder would be implemented after the third attempt.

For LDAP clients to access this attribute, the LDAP server must be configured to map the attribute to a name without spaces or colons.

Numeric OID: 2.16.840.1.113719.1.1.4.1.31#

Attribute Names: intruderAttemptResetInterval#

Syntax: 1.3.6.1.4.1.1466.115.121.1.27 Integer#

FLAGS: #

  • SINGLED-VALUED

EXTENSIONS: #

  • X-NDS_NAME: Intruder Attempt Reset Interval
  • X-NDS_NONREMOVABLE: 1

USED AS OPTIONAL IN: #

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