Tamper Protection

Last updated: 2021-03-04 15:12:23

    Overview

    The tamper protection feature is used to prevent exceptional display on a specified page caused by tampering.

    Note:

    The specified page is limited to static resources such as .html, .shtml, .txt,.js, .css, .jpg, and .png.

    Configuration Samples

    Protecting your home page from being tampered

    1. Log in to the WAF Console. In the left sidebar, select Web Application Firewall>Defense settings, and in the domain names list, select the domain name of the site you want to protect, e.g. www.qcloudwaf.com. In the Operation column on the right, click Defense configuration.
    2. If necessary, you can change the site domain name displayed at the top of the defense configuration page. Select the Tamper Resistance tab, and click Add a Rule.
    3. In the Add Tamper Resistant Rule pop-up window, enter the rule name (e.g. homepage) and a full URL (e.g. http://www.qcloudwaf.com/index.html) for the rule, and click Add to save the rule.
    4. The rule will take effect instantly. If a rule has been updated, click Refresh under Operation to display the updated rule.

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