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ErrorDocument 404 You need to use a root-relative URL-path, not an absolute URL in the ErrorDocument directive. If you specify an absolute URL then it will trigger a 302 redirect to the error document (and a 200 OK response when the error document is served) and consequently, any information about the request that caused the ...


To answer the question "how to block this" - there is no single correct answer, but a couple of thoughts - Move the site behind cloudflare or cloudfont or similar - they provide DoS protection and it is likely this will greatly mitigate your problem. Implement fail2ban or similar. Although there are a number of IP addresses, the supply used will ...


The fastest solution with less headache is to just add the file extension you need but gives 404 to the mime types as bellow: select website from IIS Manager add file extension to Mime Types

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