So I love how the system auto-bans connections. Saves me a lot of time trying to find @$$hole hackers. However, it mainly only applies to cpanel/whm logins, webmail/pop/smtp logins, and ftp login attempts, correct? I receive constant emails about "Excessive resource usage" and I find that 90% of the time it's hackers trying get into some of my WP sites. I'm not at all concerned that they'll be successful with the password complexity I use, but it seems dumb to me that these resource warnings don't at least include the offending IP address. It gives me the date/time, the account, how much memory/cpu usage, the file being exicuted, the process id, but no IP address? WTF? So now my question/suggestion... Ideally I would like an API or some way to tap into the "Firewall Deny IPs" so whenever I program sites I can easily block IP addresses when there's too many failed login attempts, including on my WP sites. If that is too difficult or not possible, at least an IP address in the "Excessive resource usage" so I can at least manually block IPs would be nice. Anyone have any experience doing this? I've come up short Googling, checking settings, and searching ConfigServer's documentation. Maybe I'm overlooking something, idk. I know this is 3rd party software so if I should register on ConfigServer's forum and bring my suggestion there, let me know. Thanks!