Limit IP downloads in Apache – Save Bandwidth Published: Nov 04, 2005
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Expanding on the extensive product line available for resellers through Wild West Domains (WWD), SSL certificates enable resellers to market the value of online security to their customers.

The Go Daddy Group, Inc., the No. 1 registrar of new domains, announced today that they are now offering SSL (Secure Socket Layer) Certificates to resellers through Wild West Domains, Inc., the Company’s reseller program.

Expanding on the extensive product line available for resellers through Wild West Domains (WWD), SSL certificates enable resellers to market the value of online security to their customers. SSL Certificates provide online consumers a guarantee that any sensitive information transmitted between a web browser and a web site occurs over a secure, encrypted link and is protected at the highest level.

Through WWD’s turnkey program, resellers can instantly promote and sell 128-bit encryption SSL certificates (the strongest encryption available on the market today for web server certificates) from their web sites.

“SSL certificates provide serious competitive advantages to online businesses by assuring consumers that their private and personal information is being encrypted during transmission,” states Bob Parsons, president and founder of The Go Daddy Group. “We are one of a select few Certificate Authorities in the world who own our trusted root certificate and can therefore sell web server certificates. Through WWD, our resellers now have the opportunity offer their customers the most affordable, robust security certificates available.”

Before issuing any certificate, Go Daddy’s Registration Authority performs a rigorous authentication that includes an automated application process followed-up by manual verification with corroboration through third party databases such as D & B. Since the authentication work is processed by the Registration Authority, WWD resellers can provide reassurance to their online purchasers that websites which display a SSL certificate purchased from them has been subjected to reasonable validation to determine its authenticity.

SSL certificates are processed and delivered within a matter of hours to customer’s sites. Compatible with 99 percent of the Web browsers on the market, WWD resellers can market certificates from $49.95 per year. Other companies charge as much as $895 per year for a similar product.

“Enterprises, web hosting companies, even security resellers can now increase sales by offering their online business customers a simple and cost-effective way to grow their own sales by showcasing SSL certificate, demonstrating that they care about
consumers’ information and peace of mind,” says Parsons. Go Daddy Adds SSL Certificates to Wild West Reseller Program

About The Go Daddy Group, Inc.
The Go Daddy Group of companies enables individuals and businesses to acquire, create and safeguard their unique identities and brands on the Internet. Go Daddy Group companies include flagship ICANN-accredited domain registrar GoDaddy.com;
membership-based registrar Blue Razor Domains, Inc; Wild West Domains, Inc., reseller support organization; Domains By Proxy, Inc., which provides private domain registration services; and Starfield Technologies, Inc., which serves as the Group’s
research and development arm.

About Wild West Domain, Inc.
Founded in December 2001, Wild West Domains, Inc., is an ICANN accredited registrar and all-inclusive reseller provider. As a part of The Go Daddy Group, Inc. family of companies, Wild West Domains offers an array of competitively priced products and
services to facilitate entry into the high-growth reseller market for such Internet professional as ISPs, hosting firms, Web designers and developers, Internet entrepreneurs and system integrators.

— The Go Daddy Group, Inc.—

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  • Gravatar - David K
    David K 20:31, December 19, 2005
    Thaks for this walkthru--I've implemented it on my Apache 2.0 runing on Win2K server and it works perfectly.<br />
    The only issue I saw was that .rm files weren't recognized as video, so I removed the <br />
    OnlyIPLimit audio/mpeg video<br />
    line in <Location /...><br />
    Thaks again!
  • Gravatar - Mih
    Mih 21:02, December 26, 2005
    I have also implemented on RHE3 Cpanel it but on my folder i have downloads stuff like .rar exe zip or pdf files. <br />
    <br />
    I would like to know what i write instead this syntax:<br />
    <br />
    OnlyIPLimit audio/mpeg video<br />
    <br />
    Thanks for your co operation and your efforts are appreciable.
  • Gravatar - MrPC
    MrPC 05:41, January 4, 2006
    I get this when type "make". Can some1 help me out?<br />
    ===================<br />
    root@home [~/mod_limitipconn-0.22]# make<br />
    /usr/local/apache/bin/apxs -c mod_limitipconn.c<br />
    gcc -DLINUX=22 -DHAVE_SET_DUMPABLE -I/usr/include/gdbm -DMOD_SSL=208125 -DUSE_HSREGEX -DEAPI -fpic -DSHARED_MODULE -I/usr/local/apache/include -c mod_limitipconn.c<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:34:20: ap_mpm.h: No such file or directory<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:35:25: apr_strings.h: No such file or directory<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:41: error: syntax error before "limitipconn_module"<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:41: warning: data definition has no type or storage class<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:47: error: syntax error before "apr_array_header_t"<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:47: warning: no semicolon at end of struct or union<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:49: warning: data definition has no type or storage class<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:51: error: syntax error before '}' token<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:51: warning: data definition has no type or storage class<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:53: error: syntax error before '*' token<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c: In function `limitipconn_create_dir_config':<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:55: error: `cfg' undeclared (first use in this function)<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:55: error: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:55: error: for each function it appears in.)<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:55: error: syntax error before ')' token<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:60: error: `p' undeclared (first use in this function)<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c: In function `limitipconn_handler':<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:69: error: `cfg' undeclared (first use in this function)<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:69: error: syntax error before ')' token<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:70: error: request for member `module_index' in something not a structure or union<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:89: error: `worker_score' undeclared (first use in this function)<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:89: error: `ws_record' undeclared (first use in this function)<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:100: error: too many arguments to function `ap_sub_req_lookup_uri'<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:174: error: `SERVER_IDLE_KILL' undeclared (first use in this function)<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:176: error: `SERVER_CLOSING' undeclared (first use in this function)<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:184: warning: passing arg 5 of `ap_log_rerror' from incompatible pointer type<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c: In function `limit_config_cmd':<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:198: error: `cfg' undeclared (first use in this function)<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:198: error: syntax error before ')' token<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c: In function `no_limit_config_cmd':<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:216: error: `cfg' undeclared (first use in this function)<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:216: error: syntax error before ')' token<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:218: warning: assignment makes pointer from integer without a cast<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c: In function `excl_limit_config_cmd':<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:226: error: `cfg' undeclared (first use in this function)<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:226: error: syntax error before ')' token<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:228: warning: assignment makes pointer from integer without a cast<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c: At top level:<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:235: error: initializer element is not constant<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:235: error: (near initialization for `limitipconn_cmds[0].name')<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:237: error: initializer element is not constant<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:237: error: (near initialization for `limitipconn_cmds[0].func')<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:239: error: initializer element is not constant<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:239: error: (near initialization for `limitipconn_cmds[0].cmd_data')<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:240: warning: braces around scalar initializer<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:240: warning: (near initialization for `limitipconn_cmds[0].req_override')<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:240: warning: initialization makes integer from pointer without a cast<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:241: error: initializer element is not constant<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:241: error: (near initialization for `limitipconn_cmds[0]')<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:244: error: syntax error before '*' token<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c: In function `limitipconn_init':<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:246: error: `s' undeclared (first use in this function)<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:248: error: `AP_MPMQ_HARD_LIMIT_THREADS' undeclared (first use in this function)<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:249: error: `AP_MPMQ_HARD_LIMIT_DAEMONS' undeclared (first use in this function)<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c: At top level:<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:253: error: syntax error before '*' token<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c: In function `register_hooks':<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:255: error: `APR_HOOK_MIDDLE' undeclared (first use in this function)<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c: At top level:<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:259: error: syntax error before "limitipconn_module"<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:260: error: `STANDARD20_MODULE_STUFF' undeclared here (not in a function)<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:260: error: initializer element is not constant<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:260: error: (near initialization for `limitipconn_module')<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:261: warning: excess elements in scalar initializer<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:261: warning: (near initialization for `limitipconn_module')<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:262: warning: excess elements in scalar initializer<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:262: warning: (near initialization for `limitipconn_module')<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:263: warning: excess elements in scalar initializer<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:263: warning: (near initialization for `limitipconn_module')<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:264: warning: excess elements in scalar initializer<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:264: warning: (near initialization for `limitipconn_module')<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:265: warning: excess elements in scalar initializer<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:265: warning: (near initialization for `limitipconn_module')<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:267: warning: excess elements in scalar initializer<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:267: warning: (near initialization for `limitipconn_module')<br />
    mod_limitipconn.c:267: warning: data definition has no type or storage class<br />
    apxs:Break: Command failed with rc=1<br />
    make: *** [mod_limitipconn.so] Error 1<br />
  • Gravatar - Nick
    Nick 16:23, January 31, 2006
    Thank you very much man. I have some DOS attacks in my server those days, and this is really helpfull :)
  • Gravatar - Frosty
    Frosty 09:55, February 23, 2006
    Very helpful there too :-)<br />
    Many thanks.
  • Gravatar - konnor
    konnor 15:16, April 17, 2006
    Wow! Man, really really thank you for this stuff! It works perfectly! (After I set up the ExtendedStatus directive ;))<br />
    Last night I had a bloody DOS attack on my web server - I hope this stuff protect my server in the future. Thanks again!
  • Gravatar -  A server admin
    A server admin 13:34, July 28, 2006
    How do you make this if you have direct physical access to the webserver. And do not need to login to the server. Specifically on a Windows apache server.??
  • Gravatar - kon
    kon 12:10, March 18, 2007
    I am guessing this is only for a full Server root access and not for someone who is on shared hosting...?
  • Gravatar - fabiOne
    fabiOne 12:04, May 4, 2007
    Good, good, good. You have complete a perfect job for many people.<br />
    Many thanks.
  • Gravatar - RTG (Asia) Network
    RTG (Asia) Network 15:51, August 21, 2007
    The link no longer works.<br />
  • Gravatar - NobodyHasGottaBodyLikeMe
    NobodyHasGottaBodyLikeMe 23:18, June 16, 2008
    One thing I found: You may get a lot of false positives if you have KeepAlive enabled in Apache, since by default it keeps each connection open for 15 seconds. So if the user hits several pages in succession while using a lame browser, they may get a 503 error when they aren't doing anything objectionable.<br />
  • Gravatar - lovelu
    lovelu 20:20, October 30, 2008
    its work for mp3 file. but it does not working for pdf file. what to do?
  • Gravatar - Farzin Sadeghi
    Farzin Sadeghi 08:39, January 2, 2010
    Thanks man. you saved my life !! :D <br />
    it works like a charm. :D<br />
    <br />
    -------------<br />
    to lovelu<br />
    if u want to limit other file types<br />
    u should add the extension to your active mime.conf and then add the disable extension with a "space" , like this :<br />
    OnlyIPLimit audio/mpeg video aplication/pdf extension1 extension2 ... and so on.<br />
    or every thing esle u defined in mime.conf :D
  • Gravatar - Farzin
    Farzin 16:50, January 17, 2010
    hi , thanks for great post.<br />
    <br />
    is it possible to limit connections per file ? for example limiting ip to 2 , but also letting them download 5 files at the same time.<br />
    that counts 10 connections.<br />
    but it is devided between 5 files automatically. <br />
    can it be possible ?
  • Gravatar - John
    John 20:07, October 13, 2010
    Hello,

    How to uninstall this ?

    Thanks in advance

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