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Redirecting single post permalink index.php to single post permalink

  • Hello guys,

    I have recently found out that one of my blogs is taking too much cpu load in my shared server at Media Temple. I have fount out that I’m getting a lot of hits to urls with the following structure http://www.myaddress.com/blog-post-title/index.php

    While I don’t link my posts using that structure I think It has to be some king of blog content fetching attack or something. The thing is that those hits are the ones that are consuming most of my allocated cpu usage, mainly because It seems WP Super Cache do not cache them.

    I guess I could make a redirect from the index.php url to the one without It… What do you recommend me doing?

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  • Hi guys, I have also found out that all those url/index.php hits come from POST methods…

    I find It suspicious, since all the other hits to my other blogs come from GET methods.

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