How can I enable a custom login failure trigger for an application?

To Enable a Custom Trigger

  1. Navigate to Juggernaut Firewall -> Settings -> Login Failure Daemon -> Login Failure Blocking -> Login Failure Custom Triggers
  2. Click the edit icon next to the custom trigger that you want to enable. Check the enabled checkbox and press the submit button to enable the trigger.
  3. Press the restart button on the grid to restart the login failure daemon.

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