Hi @previa, thank you & sorry for the issue you observed. The team investigated this issue believe that it is most likely an attack. I will report this via a Support ticket and share the details with you privately.
Hi, I am wondering you guys have any idea why this was happened? I have already fixed it by manually add firewall rules to allow traffic to fix problem. If you have any idea to fix this without manually adding rules to firewall please let me know. Thanks.
Hi @previa, did you receive a copy of the ticket regarding this? Seems it was most likely a legitimate attack and may still be. However, the reply from Support from 7 hours ago indicates the domain has been moved, you’ll need to open a ticket from the account that currently owns the domain, please reference the existing ticket for the engineers to see the existing ticket and please share your new ticket number here as I’d like to track it.
I am very sure those traffic are not HTTP DoS. Traffic still misjudged as HTTP DoS After I turn off Web Application Firewall from cloudflare and add rules to allow all. post/get traffic. Is there any way to turn off this kind of misjudgement. Thank you.
I created that ticket to share the details. To create a ticket, login & go to https://dash.cloudflare.com/?account=support and select get more help. You’ll need to create it from whatever account currently has the domain active. Reference the above ticket so support connects them. Please give Support a link to this Community post and share the ticket number here. If you receive an automatic response that does not help you, please reply and indicate you need more help.