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  1. More advanced anti-ddos interface and settings

    This (https://support.plesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/115000784914-What-DDoS-protection-tools-are-available-in-Plesk) recently updated article shows that we still need paid extensions to better protect our servers against ddos attacks.

    It would be great if Plesk would create a more advanced anti-ddos monitoring tool with a useful interface, alerts, and the right amount of settings to better protect our servers from ddos attacks without the need to install a third party extension with additional costs. Preferably created with "good defaults" in mind.

    7 votes

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    Effective DDoS solutions must be installed before the server, not on the server. Because once an attack is able to reach the server, it will block all network bandwith and create a high cpu load so that the server becomes unavailable for other tasks. No on-server DDoS protection can perform good enough to keep a server safe from that. Plesk already has on-server protection, such as Fail2Ban and the built-in firewall capabilities. Nevertheless, we'd love to hear what you are missing as an on-server protection.

    The request asks for and "advanced anti-ddos monitoring tool with a useful interface, alerts, and the right amount of settings".

    Could you please be specific about these points. 

    - What exactly makes an "advanced" tool for you?

    - How do you imagine a "useful" interface?

    - What "alerts" would you like to get?

    - What are the "right amount of settings" for you?

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  2. Add the option to forbid execution of files in Plesk for Windows

    In Plesk for Windows, add options to forbid executing .exe, .bat and other executable files in order to prevent starting of malicious scripts.
    It should be added to domain and server-wide levels.

    6 votes

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  3. Allowing customers to whitelist IP address's from their control panel.

    Giving the customer the option to whitelist any IP address from their control panel.

    At the moment, if a customer wants to whitelist an IP address they cannot without server admin whitelisting the IP across the server.

    cPanel have this option with Mod Security Manager.

    5 votes

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    Allowing endusers to whitelist themselves can result in significant security risks. For example malicious users could use this tactic to drive brute-force attacks against the server or other users on the same server which cannot be noticed when that malicious user has whitelisted his own IP. Please let us know in your comments what scenarios you see where allowing an enduser to circumvent a security mechanism is a benefit for operating your server.

    -- PD

  4. Remove the certificate for securing mail from Plesk

    There is no option to remove Certificate for securing mail via Plesk UI, the only option is to switch it to another.

    Please add feature to unassign the certificate.

    3 votes

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