Failed to enable Brute Force Attack Protection

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  • #2190

    Joao Mota
    Member

    Hello,

    I´ve tried to enable the Brute-force attack protection and it says that “Your Server could not start a Session!” 

    How can I fix this?

    Thanks.

    Joao

    #2193

    Anti-Malware Admin
    Key Master

    Check the permissions on your /tmp/ directory (or wherever your server stores session files, and also make sure that the partition is not full or write-protected.

    Verify that mod_rewrite is installed and working and that Apache is able to run the code in the .htaccess files.

    You can also look in your error_log files to see if it might tell you what the problem is.

    You may need to ask you hosting provider for help with some of this if you don’t know where to look for these things. Maybe they can test your server’s ability to maintain a persistent session and just tell you what is causing this problem.

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