// Place flood protection code at the top of the script you want to protect.
// You can write protection code into separate file and include it in every
// page of your site.
// Sample protection code starts here...
// Include the class definition module.
require_once ( '../class.floodblocker.php' );
// In the following line write the full path to temporary directory in which
// you want to store flood counters. It is good idea to create such folder
// somewhere outside your documents directory, to make it unaccessable from Web.
// Don't forget that the directory must have permissions to write files in it.
// All files in this folder (except those that start with dot, e.g.'.htaccess')
// will be deleted by FloodBlocker, so don't keep anything there.
$flb = new FloodBlocker ( 'tmp-ips/' );
// Create as many rules as you want...
$flb->rules = array (
10=>10, // rule 1 - maximum 10 requests in 10 secs
60=>30, // rule 2 - maximum 30 requests in 60 secs
300=>50, // rule 3 - maximum 50 requests in 300 secs
3600=>200 // rule 4 - maximum 200 requests in 3600 secs
// At last call CheckFlood(), it will return FALSE if flood detected on any
// of specified rules.
if ( ! $flb->CheckFlood ( ) )
die ( 'Too many requests! Please try later.' );
// ... that's all. Enjoy!
<title>The title of my page...</title>
<h1>Welcome to my page...</h1>
No flood was detected if you see the contents of this page...