You should set
enable_bots_blocking: True on the
sc_pack config file, and with it:
Have into account that
google_recaptcha_site_secret comes from the reCAPTCHA sites you must create at https://www.google.com/recaptcha/admin.
And also you should add the domain to the reCAPTCHA site those credentials belong to.
- Create the consultant part for the bots on the devlove.yaml. The consultant key must be
shimmercat-devlove: domains: example.test.com: root-dir: www consultants: bots: connect-to: 127.0.0.1:8088 application-protocol: http
Note that the current configuration is just an example file, for more details please see here.
createcommand to build the bots blocking infrastructure:
$ sc_pack create -f configuration/file/path/sc_pack.conf.yaml
If you have a specific bots blocking html customized, please remember to change the one we automatically created under:
- Restart the service:
$ systemctl restart example_test.com
Mark and unmark an IP address as bot
You can block an IP address on a specific
sc_pack instance with the command option
mark_as_bot <ip_address>. For instance:
$ sc_pack mark_as_bot 127.0.0.9 -f configuration/file/path/sc_pack.conf.yaml
Unmarking an IP address as bot is similar as marking it, but the command name changes:
$ sc_pack unmark_as_bot 127.0.0.9 -f configuration/file/path/sc_pack.conf.yaml
Remove bots ip addresses
You can remove all the bots ip addresses from redis, which means that you are removing them as bots. You are able to remove all of them, or for a specific country specifying a country ISO code. When we refer to the term 'country ISO code' we are talking about the 'ISO Alpha-2 code' here.
To remove all the bots do:
$ sc_pack remove_bots all
To remove for a specific country, let's say Sweden:
$ sc_pack remove_bots SE
It does not matter if the
country code, or the
all argument is in uppercase or not, we convert it automatically.