jackdack - 12:11 am on Apr 2, 2010 (gmt 0)
A client is launching a new product which will have it's own website. They're also in negotiations with a Brazilian company about a competitive product. In the short term, they don't want the Brazilian company to know about this new website. Circumstances have now meant that, although they didn't want to while negotiations were continuing, they have had to stand up the new website.
I'm familiar with blocking an ip or range but they don't want to present a 403. Is there a way to block a range without generating a 403 or creating a redirect? This is only a one page website, their are not lots of pages or folders to block...