I have set up Page Rules to redirect anyone visiting /wp-login.php to the UK nationalcrimeagency
This works great except for 1 issue I cannot fathom:
I have my Page Rule set like this (wildcard, to include all subdomains) *website.com/wp-login.php (not my actual website url).
And it redirects 90% of visits, but I still see occasionally login attempts in the log, when I block that IP directly in the Firewall and then view the Firewall Events when that IP attempts to visit it shows my website like this in the Event log: www do website.com:443
Is there some get around in relation to Page Rules, do I need to specify this specific port in the Page Rules (even though it IS redirecting https requests “as is” already)
Really kind of stumped by this as http attempts that are Firewall blocked do NOT show :80 in the Firewall Events and 90% of https attempts dont either, its is just “some login attempts” that seem to be able to get through and result in this :443 suffix being added to the end of the URL in the Firewall Events.
Looking forward to some help with this
Thanks in advance