– Excluded Files Support
– Admin GUI Removed
– Config File Removed
– Connection Limit Support
– Whitelist Support
– Reverse Proxy Support
– reCAPTCHA Support
Our Post Before :
-What does this module do?
This module provides security enhancements against (HTTP) Flood & Brute Force Attacks for native PHP or .NET scripts at web application level. Massive crawling/scanning tools, HTTP flood tools can be detected and blocked by this module via htaccess or iptables, etc.
-How can i use this module?
It is really simple! You can use this module by including “iosec.php” to any PHP file which wants to be protected.
This module tested and used in live environments about 3 years before it goes open source.
You can test module here: http://www.iosec.org/test.php (demo)
WordPress Plugin http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/iosec-anti-flood-security-gateway-module
At web application (scripting) level you can,
– Block proxies. (only via HTTP header)
– Detect flooding IP addresses.
– Slow down or restrict access for automated tools (HTTP flood, brute force tools, vulnerability scanners, etc.)
– Save your server resources (database, cpu, ram, etc.) under an attack.
– Restrict access permanently or temporarily for listed IP addresses in “banlist” file.
– Notify yourself via email alerts when attacks begin.
iosec.http.anti.flood.v.1.5.zip (111.4 kB)
iosec.http.anti.flood.current.version_wordpress_plugin.zip (44.2 kB)
Read more in here : http://www.iosec.org/test.php