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CloudFlare Threat Management

CloudFlare Threat Management allows you to manage all banning, unbanning, and clearing of IP addresses across your entire CloudFlare account.

What happens if I blacklist myself?

We put algorithms in pace to prevent banning of your current logged in IP. Your current IP is added to the whitelist at the end of every run. In the even that you do somehow lock yourself out, please visit your CloudFlare Threat control page for the domain you are locked out of, and manually add your IP address and click "Trust";

Can I put notes next to manually added IP addresses?

Yes. Each address you manually add is to be placed on it's own line. You can add a comment on the same line as the IP address, just be sure to put a space before your comment.
Example:
0.0.0.0 This is a comment
0.0.0.1 This is also comment!
0.0.0.2 More Comments! Periods are OK too.

The security plugin I use isn't listed in CloudFlare Threat Management, can you add it?

Yes. In most cases, if the IP address list is stored in the WordPress database, then we can use the list. To request that we add support for your security plugin, please post at The Digital Hippies Official WordPress Plugin Support Forums.

Requires: 3.0.1 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 2014-1-13
Downloads: 2,392

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