BBQ Pro Tuts
BBQ Pro makes it easy to customize your firewall rules exactly as needed. While doing so, you may want to disable and remove certain patterns to suit your site’s traffic and security goals. This super quick tutorial explains how to disable and remove any firewall pattern with a few clicks.
BBQ Pro makes it possible to customize how IP addresses are detected in the plugin. This quick tutorial explains how to make it happen with a bit of custom code.
BBQ Pro makes it easy to block requests reporting an empty or blank user agent. This 5-second tutorial shows how to enable easily with a click.
BBQ Pro makes it possible to customize the response for blocked requests. This quick tutorial explains how to do it via the plugin settings.
BBQ Pro is very simple to use. Basically activate, maybe tweak some settings, and done. As with any plugin, it can be frustrating when things don’t work out of the box. This quick post explains a couple of things to check if BBQ Pro does not seem to be working for you.
Quick tip for BBQ Pro users. You may have heard about the various ways that bad actors can attack the WordPress xmlrpc.php file. Here are a couple of examples for those who may be unfamiliar. To help protect against xmlrpc.php attacks, you can add a simple rule to BBQ Pro’s custom firewall patterns. This tutorial […]
As of version 2.5, BBQ Pro features Email Alerts. So you can get a notification every time there is something blocked by your BBQ firewall. This quick tutorial shows how to enable and configure.
BBQ Pro enables you to create custom patterns that will be blocked when they are included in the URI request. Custom patterns are a powerful feature that give you full control over your site’s traffic, but you have to be careful not to inadvertently block any important URLs. This tutorial provides a quick way to […]