APACHE NOBODY ATTACK SCRIPT

The Apache Nobody attack script is useful in stopping those that are victims of Apache Nobody attacks.

The script follows the "KISS" doctrine and is absolutely effective as we have been testing it now on productions servers for months - and it works every time without fail working wonders for those suffering form these types of attacks.

Here it is:

#!/bin/sh
/usr/bin/pkill -kill -u nobody
exit

********* That all folks *********

Hope you are not disappointed that there is not more ;-) but also remember that monit must be used to monitor the server and automatically stop the Apache nobody attacks as it triggers the script based on load.


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