Would it be considered bad behavior to block all access to both Korea and India, or as webmasters do we just have the right to ban whomever we feel that cannot be productive or profitable access. I would feel a tad guilty but might get over it if it reduces my stress level. Then again they could always use a proxy in the usa if they really knew what they were doing.
Anyone come up with some decent mod_rewrite code for entire countries like that?
I got fed up with the amount of rubbish in my error logs, I just filter it out.
The following lines are included for each VirtualHost on my Apache server. Each request matching the string will take you to the file [mysite.com...] where mysite.com is the domain name of the site.
This way your error log only has *real* errors in it. For more fun, change [mysite.com...] to [microsoft.com...] or something like that, so that all the stuff resulting from holes in their software, e.g. the _vti_ stuff, etc., uses their bandwidth, not mine..