How to Enable the "I am under attack" mode of Cloudflare in cPanel?  Print this Article

 

Cloudflare performs an additional security check on visitors to protect from a DDoS attack. We recommend that you enable this only if your website is under attack. Disable it after the attack stops.

 

1. Log into your cPanel account.

 

2. In the Software section, click the Cloudflare.

 

3. Click on Sign in Here to access your Cloudflare account.

 

4. Click on the Settings menu.

 

5. In front of the Security Level, You can see the Drop-down menu. Choose the Under Attack option from the Drop-down menu, and your setting will be automatically saved.

 

Was this answer helpful?

Related Articles

How to access Cloudflare from cPanel?
  You can access and manage Cloudflare in cPanel. Follow this tutorial to learn how to access...
How to Enable Cloudflare on your Domain via cPanel?
  1. Log into your cPanel account.   2. In the Software section, click the Cloudflare....
How to check if your domain is using Cloudflare in cPanel?
  You can check the status of your Cloudflare from your cPanel.   1. Log into your cPanel...
How to enable or disable Cloudflare Always Online in cPanel?
  Did you ever notice that if your server goes offline, but Cloudflare keep serving your...
How to Enable or Disable Cloudflare IPv6 Compatibility in cPanel?
  1. Log into your cPanel account.   2. In the Software section, click the Cloudflare....

Powered by WHMCompleteSolution