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  1. Eric Caldwell
  2. Tuesday, January 08, 2019
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This problem seems to be growing worse by the month. More bots scanning sites eating resources. It would be nice to have a 'blacklist' of bots we want to ban at the server level. The closest thing I have found is in this article using a modsec rule and fail2ban.

See attached URL.

This is starting to get out of control and causing CPU to remain far above average rates.
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  1. https://linuxadmin.io/blocking-bad-useragents-modsecurity-fail2ban/
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  1. 08.01.2019 19:01:52
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Greg Zemskov Accepted Answer
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Hi Eric,
that makes sense. We'll take a look into the issue in general and figure out how bad bots blocking could be implemented in the IM360 (without any 3rd party tools/service).

Thank you for the feature request.
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