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ErrorDocument 404 https://doamin.com/error.php 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 ...


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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 ...


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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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