Nextcloud Brute-Force-Angriffs Fehlermeldung

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Please check, whether the Bruteforce-IP address is your external one.
We had discussed a similar case a few months ago, where devices in the LAN “bruteforced” the Nextcloud server using the user’s public IP address.

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