Mitigating a xmlrpc attack with config server

Hi I’m running a Centos droplet with Directadmin an CSF that hosts a few wordpress installs. But one of these keeps getting hammered with xmlrpc attacks that almost bring the droplet to a halt.

I read somewhere that you can create custom regex for configserver firewall.

I there anyone that can help me by explaining how the write the correct script to mitigate these attacks using CSF?

thanks Han

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Take a look at this entry on > support forums

Try adding the following to the .htaccess file in your root directory:

<Files “xmlrpc.php”> Order Allow,Deny deny from all </Files>