I'm pretty sure there's a way to prevent access to a website through the server IP address and to force the user to enter the domain name instead. so that http://126.96.36.199 should trigger a 403 and ...
We have Apache on Linux with mod_security as the Web App Firewall (WAF) layer. To prevent content injections, we have some rules that basically disable a page containing some text patterns from ...
SecRule REQUEST_URI "^/(|(.*)/)(lpt1|lpt2|lpt3|lpt4)(/|\.|\?|$)" "t:none,t:htmlEntityDecode,t:lowercase,t:removeWhitespace,block,msg:'X',id:'1000'" SecRule REQUEST_URI "^(.*)//(.*)$" ...