"Arnold, Sandra" <ArnoldS(at)osti(dot)gov> writes:
> I was working on a security plan for PostgreSQL. One of my requirements
> is to lock any accounts where a login attempt was made and failed
> authentication three consecutive times. I cannot find or I am missing
> in the PostgreSQL documentation on how to configure the accounts or
> database to do this. Is this possible in PostgreSQL?
There's nothing built-in for that, but if you use PAM authentication
then you can set up the PAM configuration to do this, or pretty much
any other common login-security trick.
regards, tom lane
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