What is the "I'M UNDER ATTACK MODE"?

Once enabled, this mode adds additional protections to a website that is under attack and need a DDOS protection and mitigation. With this mode activated, visitors will see an interstitial page for about 5 seconds while CloudFlare analyze the traffic to make sure it is a legitimate human visitor.

Note: Visitors to the site must have JavaScript and Cookies enabled to pass the interstitial page.

How do I enable "I'm Under Attack" mode?

 1) Log into your Cloudflare account.
 2) If you have multiple websites in your account, select the website you wish to protect.
 3) Click the Firewall app in the top menu.
 4) Under Security Level, click I'm Under Attack! in the drop-down menu.

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