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litespeed_wiki:config:wordpress-protection [2019/04/30 18:03]
Jackson Zhang [WordPress Protection Block Never Seems to Expire]
litespeed_wiki:config:wordpress-protection [2019/04/30 20:28] (current)
Lisa Clarke [WordPress Protection Block Never Seems to Expire] Proofreading
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 The explanation:​ WP protection blocking is only removed if the IP stops access attempts for a full 10 minutes. If the visitor constantly hits the server, the blocking won't be lifted. Restarting the web server will remove all IP blocks immediately. The explanation:​ WP protection blocking is only removed if the IP stops access attempts for a full 10 minutes. If the visitor constantly hits the server, the blocking won't be lifted. Restarting the web server will remove all IP blocks immediately.
  
-The bot-detection ''​bot detected''​ or ''​WordPressBruteForce''​ only log when ''​drop''​ action is set, but there won't be such log entries for ''​deny''​ and ''​throttle'' ​action. It is as designed ​since ''​drop''​ is a more serious action, which block further requests from that IP (treated as unwanted botnet) and the log is for robot detection. ​+The bot-detection ''​bot detected''​ or ''​WordPressBruteForce''​ only log when ''​drop''​ action is set. There won't be log entries for the ''​deny''​ and ''​throttle'' ​actions. It is designed ​this way because ​''​drop''​ is a more serious action, which blocks ​further requests from that IP (treated as unwanted botnet) and the log is for robot detection. ​ 
   2018-11-06 15:​41:​30.862784 [NOTICE] [24.96.xxx.xxx] bot detected for vhost [APVH_kevinandamanda.com],​ reason: WordPressBruteForce,​ close connection!   2018-11-06 15:​41:​30.862784 [NOTICE] [24.96.xxx.xxx] bot detected for vhost [APVH_kevinandamanda.com],​ reason: WordPressBruteForce,​ close connection!
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-Bot detection is one time logging, while''​deny''​ and ''​throttle''​ are per request, and it could become annoying with many repeated log messages.+Bot detection is one-time logging, while ''​deny''​ and ''​throttle''​ are per request, and it could become annoying with many repeated log messages.
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