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| Did you know more than 40% of the visitors to your site are usually…bots?
You read that correct!
Let’s appearance at a good example.
This is really a screenshot showing the incoming visitors of a niche site. One will certainly assume it got 3000+ guests on 7th August.
But that is highly inaccurate!
After analysing the visitors, we discovered that automated bots were sending needless requests to the website.
But wait around, why are bots attacking websites? And how do they affect your website?
To get clarity with this, you should first recognize that there 2 forms of bots:
Now this can be hard to trust but many of these episodes are completely…random.
What we mean by that’s, nearly all hackers aren’t targeting your site specifically. They hack a huge selection of websites and yours been one of these.
There are 3 main motives why they’re attacking your website:
Most attacks are generally sudden and quick – easily a large number of requests sent per 2nd! Generally, your host server will be unprepared for the unexpected load and would crash.
We’ve clearly seen an evergrowing dependence on sites to end up being protected from poor bots. And that’s where our Bot Protection function together with Cloudways will come in.
Cloudways and us go In the past. We at BlogVault (our sister back-up plugin) built the Cloudways migration plugin 4 years back and have been friends since!
Thus when the period came to improve the Cloudways Firewall Security, it had been only natural that people partnered upward.
The New Bot Defense feature:
This can be an absolute leap forward with regards to firewall protection.
Do not believe us? Take a look out →
Below you can view how the CPU using a niche site hosted on Cloudways without Bot Protection reaches 80%.
This may be the CPU utilization of the same web site with Bot Protection allowed:
The CPU use has dropped to 24%!
Not that, here’s a screenshot from the Cloudways dashboard that presents the bad bots which have been blocked.
Doesn’t this appear to be songs to your ears?
MalCare and Cloudways talk about a common belief:
| Your server resources are here to serve your visitors, not some poor bots! |
We spent months focusing on this feature and so are pleased to be revolutionising the standards of firewall security.
You can read more about any of it on the Cloudways Blog here: Bot Protection AVAILABLE THESE DAYS on Cloudways For Enhanced Security at Zero Additional Cost
P.S: This feature can be going to be accessible to all or any MalCare Pro users shortly! Stay updated with this by subscribing to your newsletter below. 👇
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