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DoS Protection via APF, BFD, DDOS and RootKit
Being a web host, your servers are constantly being attacked by hackers by denial-of-service (DoS) and other brute force attacks. There is no foolproof method to stop 100% of all attacks, but there are ways to protect your servers by applying firewall rules, and detecting and banning attacking IPs.

This article makes use of the APF, BFD, DDoS Deflate and RootKit to detect and protect your server from denial-of-service type attacks. To apply those utilities, please follow the instructions belo
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How to Configure APF Firewall, DDOS and Brute Force Protection
This How-To will explain the installation and configuration of Advanced Policy Firewall for your Linux system. In addition, a sample conf.apf file will be provided for each control panel, CPanel and Plesk; however, the first task at hand is Installation.

What is APF (Advanced Policy Firewall)?
Advanced Policy Firewall (APF) is an iptables(netfilter) based firewall system designed around the essential needs of today’s Linux servers. The configuration is designed to be very informative and eas