Once enabled, this mode add additional protections to a web site 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.
We are assuming CloudFlare is already active in the domain. To enable this mode:
1. Access to your cPanel and go to the CloudFlare section.
2- Select the domain from the list.
3- Click in the "Enable i'm under attack" Mode button.
Visitors will see the following message when they access to your site, while CloudFlare analyze the traffic.
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