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how to block any/all connections from a specific domain?

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  • vanessa
    First result in google search:
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  • rolinger
    @Vanesa - if you read deeper into that its not how to block domains, its how to enable dyndns lookups. Any records you add to the `csf.dyndns` file are then permitted based on FQDN lookups. But nothing on how to block domains. And as noted in the very first user comment "wrong....bad info". The part where they say "now edit the csf.dyndns" file to block domains is the wrong part, you add host/domains that you want to permit....thus that what the first user comment saying is "wrong".
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  • cPanelWilliam
    Hello! I don't believe there is a supported method to block all access from IPs originating from a specific domain via cPanel/WHM. This might be possible via CSF, but that question would be better answered on the
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  • rolinger
    This is why blocking a domain is important. My server is increasingly becoming subject to vulnerability scans from amazonaws.com servers. These aren't end users and I have no purchased services from amazonaws or vendors that have servers on amazonaws. EC2 Reachability Test
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