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    Fadi Asbih commented  · 

    You can use the Plesk Firewall to block all traffic from this network: 5.10. *. *

    1) Create a custom firewall rule and name it i.e. "Block Suspicious IPs" as described here: https://support.plesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/360000875494-How-to-block-an-IP-address-in-Plesk-Firewall

    2) in the Sources add the the network in this format: 5.10.0.0/16 (s.screenshot)

    3) Save and Apply the new rule

    This will block all these IPs: 5.10.0.0 - 5.10.255.255, meaning it will block 65,536 IPs.

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    Fadi Asbih commented  · 

    I think this feature is popular enough and it is time to implement it ^_^

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    Thank you for your input! We will consider this functionality in upcoming releases if it will be popular.

    Everyone, please continue voting for this feature if you consider it important.

    — AY

    Additional information regarding this request:

    Please be sure you are an owner of IP-address if you plan to vote this suggestion.

    An owner of a block of IP-addresses has ability configure PTR records for IP-addresses in the block. If you rent a server or create a virtual machine in a cloud, you are not an owner of IP-address.

    Usually, companies like ISP or Cloud Providers own blocks of IP-addresses. In this case, you need to use Hosting/Cloud Provider Control Panel and set up reverse zone for an IP-address (not in Plesk Panel).

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    Fadi Asbih commented  · 

    I think such a feature is very important for a production mail server! and should be implemented ASAP!!

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