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nginx-ultimate-bad-bot-blocker - Nginx Block Bad Bots, Spam Referrer Blocker, Vulnerability Scanners, User-Agents, Malware, Adware, Ransomware, Malicious Sites, with anti-DDOS, Wordpress Theme Detector Blocking and Fail2Ban Jail for Repeat Offenders

  •    Shell

Please make sure you are subscribed to Github Notifications to be notified when the blocker is updated or when any important or mission critical (potentially breaking) changes may take place. This is our new preferred method of installation which is now done through a set of shell scripts contributed to this repo and maintained by Stuart Cardall @itoffshore who is one of the Alpine Linux package maintainers.

referrer-spam-blocker - Apache, Nginx, IIS, uWSGI, Caddy & Varnish blacklist + Google Analytics segments to prevent referrer spam traffic 👾

  •    VCL

.htaccess is a configuration file for use on web servers running Apache. This file is usually found in the root “public_html” folder of your website. The .htaccess file uses two modules to prevent referral spam, mod_rewrite and mod_setenvif. Decide which method is most suitable with your Apache server configuration. This file is Apache 2.4 ready, where mod_authz_host got deprecated. The web.config file is located in the root directory of your Windows Server web application.

gatekeeper - Protect websites from spam and other attacks

  •    PHP

This library protects websites from spam and other attacks. It prevents bad bots from delivering their junk, and in many cases, from ever reading your site in the first place. Welcome to a whole new way of keeping your service, forum, wiki or content management system free of spam and other attacks. Gatekeeper is a PHP-based solution for blocking spam and the robots which deliver it. This keeps your site's load down, makes your site logs cleaner, and can help prevent denial of service conditions caused by spammers.




Stop

  •    Shell

How to stop Google Analytics "Ghost" Spam using a well curated list of spam referrer domains and web sites. Simple and easy to use with visual instructions for creating Segments in Google Analytics using my google-exclude files. Spam in Google Analytics (GA) is becoming a serious issue. Due to a deluge of referral spam from social buttons, adult sites, and many, many other sources, people are starting to become overwhelmed by all the filters they are setting up to manage the useless data they are receiving. Referrer spam produces corrupt analytics data and on many sites a good 70% of what you may be seeing as hits to your sites are actually spam referral traffic.