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This is layer7 flood, protect your web server or use proxy. ;)

 

a guide ? Thank you.

 

 

If you're using Apache install & configure mod_qos, mod_evasive and mod_spamhaus, when you're using nginx configure limit_req.

Possibly you can install xtables module to iptables and block countries from which the attacks are getting or use proxy (ex. CloudFlare).

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This is layer7 flood, protect your web server or use proxy. ;)

 

a guide ? Thank you.

 

 

If you're using Apache install & configure mod_qos, mod_evasive and mod_spamhaus, when you're using nginx configure limit_req.

Possibly you can install xtables module to iptables and block countries from which the attacks are getting or use proxy (ex. CloudFlare).

 

 

I have webserver the same with game server (FreeBSD).

 

 

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This is layer7 flood, protect your web server or use proxy. ;)

 

a guide ? Thank you.

 

 

If you're using Apache install & configure mod_qos, mod_evasive and mod_spamhaus, when you're using nginx configure limit_req.

Possibly you can install xtables module to iptables and block countries from which the attacks are getting or use proxy (ex. CloudFlare).

 

 

I have webserver the same with game server (FreeBSD).

 

 

You need to manually compile modules to web server on FreeBSD. :(

I think a better solution would be a proxy.
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This is layer7 flood, protect your web server or use proxy. ;)

 

a guide ? Thank you.

 

 

If you're using Apache install & configure mod_qos, mod_evasive and mod_spamhaus, when you're using nginx configure limit_req.

Possibly you can install xtables module to iptables and block countries from which the attacks are getting or use proxy (ex. CloudFlare).

 

 

I have webserver the same with game server (FreeBSD).

 

 

You need to manually compile modules to web server on FreeBSD. :(

I think a better solution would be a proxy.

 

 

I'm sorry, thank for your help but i'm too newbie to can complete your request. :(

 

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This is layer7 flood, protect your web server or use proxy. ;)

 

a guide ? Thank you.

 

 

If you're using Apache install & configure mod_qos, mod_evasive and mod_spamhaus, when you're using nginx configure limit_req.

Possibly you can install xtables module to iptables and block countries from which the attacks are getting or use proxy (ex. CloudFlare).

 

 

I have webserver the same with game server (FreeBSD).

 

 

You need to manually compile modules to web server on FreeBSD. :(

I think a better solution would be a proxy.

 

 

I'm sorry, thank for your help but i'm too newbie to can complete your request. :(

 

 

 

Send me your Skype on PM.

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