There is now another update to the Attack Detector app which adds an option to whitelist your LANs. This can be useful when, for example, setting up e-mail packages which often assume the full e-mail address is the username and you get banned when trying to set the user up. Or if you are doing some testing on your LAN.
As before, you can upgrade with:Note this will not be released next week as I'll be on holiday.
If enabled, if you are in gateway mode, any LAN (so not HotLAN or DMZ) will be whitelisted as will any subnet covered by static routes using the EXTRALANS parameter in /etc/clearos/network.conf.