New month, new features! - Updated server screen and the new firewall overview
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Updated server screen
We have given a new design to the server screen to make it easier for you to check the most important information about your servers. The Server Health shows you the security status of your servers. If you click on the gear icon (in the right bottom corner of the server card) then you will be able to turn the modules on and off.
If you click on the graph near the module’s name you will see the details of the server.
The Module Activity shows you how the different modules worked in the past 24 hours.
The Greylist Trends collects the amount of blocked connections by BitNinja’s global and user level greylist for you. It tells you the story of how hard the bad guys are trying to attack your server and how BitNinja was able to protect it. A spike in the graph is often an indicator of a blocked, massive (D)DoS attack. We populate this report with the daily data.
Under the Top 10s tab you can check the list of the top 10 attacked domains on your server and the top 10 attacking countries that the incidents came from over the past 7 days. You can click on the domains to list all of the related incidents, and do further analysis about the nature of the attacks. If you follow the traces of those incidents you can find the most crucial vulnerabilities to fix on the server. The ’Top 10 attacking countries’ report can be useful to detect which countries generate the majority of the attacks, so you can decide to blacklist a whole country if that traffic is expendable.
We would like you to have the best insight on how BitNinja is operating 24/7, so we have added a Firewall sectionto the dashboard. Here you can find an overview page which shows data from the past 24 hours.
You can check the server load history and we have also estimated the load decrease caused by BitNinja. Below you are able to check the IP reputation history with the number of blocked IP addresses. A chart shows you the greylist and blacklist size and on the bottom of the page you can study the number of blocked robotic attacks on your website. The red line indicates the real catches and the grey one reveals how many times the CAPTCHA was resolved.
We have also made a small change for our beloved resellers. From now on you don’t have to take care of changing your customers' licenses to Pro manually! If a new server is added then the subscription will be generated automatically and at the same time an email will be sent to you about which user installed it and when the first charge will be scheduled.
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