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Requests made from Azure Websites will always be from the Outbound IP addresses specified for your site. You can find them in Settings/Properties tab of the WebApp in the preview portal. Another way to find the outbound IP addresses would be to use this site: https://resources.azure.com and go to the subscriptions/resourceGroups/Microsoft.Web/sites tab. ...
Email Encryption? Email is insecure. That said what would be best for your client is to have all information received on a controlled site or portal. Similar to how many banks and credit companies send you emails, they direct you to retrieve the information via their websites. Users would need to create an account to retrieve the information, you can then ...
Change ServerAlias example2.domain.com to ServerName example2.domain.com It's not an alias there technically. I don't use Apache much anymore but it seems like because you told it it was an Alias, it keeps looking for a ServerName, hence the redirect loop.
I think this has to do with RAM-usage DoS prevention. If the maximum request body size is 100MB, then 100 concurrent requests could use up to 10,000MB (100MB*100) of RAM vs only 100MB total (1MB*100) if the maximum request body size is 1MB. This is assuming the web server buffers the request body in memory, which I think is the case except for file ...
I thought usually DoS attacks (not necessarily DDoS ones) relied on something that was cheap for the attacker and expensive for the server being attacked. That was the case before the advent of large-scale botnets. Now, everything is cheap for the attacker since they're not paying for any of the bandwidth.
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