2 votesopen discussion · 2 comments · Feature Suggestions » Security · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →Ray King commented
Yes for security. I use fail2ban and it is a great tool, but it uses a lot of resource when scanning domain web logs. I usually run a terminal with top running, many times I see unusually activity on a domain. I then open the domain logs from Plesk CP and see a WordPress attack or a some type of denial of service attack. It would be nice if I could click on the IP and have it added to the domains htaccess file.
387 votesopen discussion · 58 comments · Feature Suggestions » Security · Flag idea as inappropriate… · Admin →Ray King supported this idea ·