Este codigo lo que hace es Impedir o Cortar el Doss Pero Ojo: Solo Aguanta
Doss Debiles no Resiste un Doss Mayor
1.- El Codigo que Pondre mas Abajo deben crear un Archivo con su Bloc de Notas
Llamado anti_dos.php donde pondran ese Codigo (el de Abajo).
2.- en su Carpeta htdocs Crean una Carpeta llamada iplog Donde cuando
intenten Dossearte habrá un archivo llamado iplog.dat Donde te dira todo sobre
el que te Intento Dossear.
3.- Agrega en el Archivo php (Index.php, Me.php, Client) el Siguiente Codigo:
<?php include("anti_dos.php"; ?>
Eso Es Todo Disfruten De Su Pagina Protegida[/quote]

El Codigo Que Viene Ahora Tendran que crear un Archivo Llamado "anti_dos.php" y Colocarlo en Htdocs



CHMOD /iplog/ to 777
Create and CHMOD /iplog/iplogfile.dat to 666
add the following line in any important .php file in the same directory as your anti_dos.php file so it can check IPs when that file is loaded, best example is index.php if you have it.
include("anti_dos.php"; //anti-DoS, prevents rapid accessing

if you have a known cookie on your site,
you can use this, otherwise just ignore this, it will set a different limit
for people with this cookie

I use yourothercookie as the cookie ID for the forum, my forum uses ID
greater than 0 for all members and -1 for guests and members who have logged out,
so making it match greater than zero means members will get better access and
guests with or without cookies won't

Also I use these cookies in the "flood alert" emails to make sure an important user didn't get banned. Someone could fake a cookie, so always be suspicious. Tez
$cookie = $_COOKIE['yourcookie'];
$othercookie = $_COOKIE['yourothercookie'];

if($cookie && $othercookie > 0) $iptime = 20; // Minimum number of seconds between visits for users with certain cookie
else $iptime = 10; // Minimum number of seconds between visits for everyone else

$ippenalty = 60; // Seconds before visitor is allowed back

if($cookie && $othercookie > 0)$ipmaxvisit = 30; // Maximum visits, per $iptime segment
else $ipmaxvisit = 20; // Maximum visits per $iptime segment

$iplogdir = "./iplog/";
$iplogfile = "iplog.dat";

$ipfile = substr(md5($_SERVER["REMOTE_ADDR"]), -2);
$oldtime = 0;
if (file_exists($iplogdir.$ipfile)) $oldtime = filemtime($iplogdir.$ipfile);

$time = time();
if ($oldtime < $time) $oldtime = $time;
$newtime = $oldtime + $iptime;

if ($newtime >= $time + $iptime*$ipmaxvisit)
touch($iplogdir.$ipfile, $time + $iptime*($ipmaxvisit-1) + $ippenalty);
$oldref = $_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER'];
header("HTTP/1.0 503 Service Temporarily Unavailable";
header("Connection: close";
header("Content-Type: text/html";
echo "<html><body bgcolor=#999999 text=#ffffff link=#ffff00>
<font face='Verdana, Arial'><p><b>
<h1>Temporary Access Denial</h1>Too many quick page views by your IP address (more than ".$ipmaxvisit." visits within ".$iptime." seconds).</b>
echo "<br />Please wait ".$ippenalty." seconds and reload.</p></font></body></html>";
touch($iplogdir.$iplogfile); //create if not existing
$fp = fopen($iplogdir.$iplogfile, "a";
$yourdomain = $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'];
if ($fp)
$useragent = "<unknown user agent>";
if (isset($_SERVER["HTTP_USER_AGENT"])) $useragent = $_SERVER["HTTP_USER_AGENT"];
fputs($fp, $_SERVER["REMOTE_ADDR"]." ".date("d/m/Y H:i"." ".$useragent."n";
$yourdomain = $_SERVER['HTTP_HOST'];

//the @ symbol before @mail means 'supress errors' so you wont see errors on the page if email fails.
if($_SESSION['reportedflood'] < 1 && ($newtime < $time + $iptime + $iptime*$ipmaxvisit))
@mail('flood_alert@'.$yourdomain, 'site flooded by '.$cookie.' '
.$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'],'http://'.$yourdomain.' rapid website access flood occured and ban for IP '.$_SERVER['REMOTE_ADDR'].' at http://'.$yourdomain.$_SERVER['REQUEST_URI'].' from '.$oldref.' agent '.$_SERVER['HTTP_USER_AGENT'].' '
.$cookie.' '.$othercookie, "From: ".$yourdomain."n";
$_SESSION['reportedflood'] = 1;
else $_SESSION['reportedflood'] = 0;

//echo("loaded ".$cookie.$iplogdir.$iplogfile.$ipfile.$newtime);
touch($iplogdir.$ipfile, $newtime); //this just updates the IP file access date or creates a new file if it doesn't exist in /iplog