How to enable "I'm Under Attack" mode in CloudFlare Panel?

Cloudflare provides additional protection called "I m under attack" for a website which is under attack and requires DDOS Protection and mitigation. If you enable this feature while the website is under attack, A user will receive a redirection page for 5 seconds on your website meantime Cloudflare will inspect the web-traffic on your website and ensure for the legitimate visitors.

Website Visitors must have JavaScript and Cookies enabled to pass the redirection page which to ensure it is not a botnet part.

Following are the steps to enable Cloudflare under attack.

  1. Log into your Cloudflare account.

  2. Select the website on which you want to set the under attack protection.



  3. Click on the Firewall Icon on the top menu and click on Settings.



  4. You will see a box named security level. From the Drop-Down menu select, I'm Under Attack!

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