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Updated on 2022-12-29 GMT+08:00

Setting Scheduled WTP Protection

You can schedule WTP protection to allow website updates in specific periods.

Exercise caution when you set the periods to disable WTP, because files will not be protected in those periods.

Rules for Setting an Unprotected Period

  • Unprotected period >= 5 minutes
  • Unprotected period < 24 hours
  • Periods (except for those starting at 00:00 or ending at 23:59) cannot overlap and must have an at least 5-minute interval.
  • A period cannot span two days.
  • The server time is used as a time base.

Procedure

  1. Log in to the management console.
  2. In the upper left corner of the page, select a region, click , and choose Security & Compliance > Host Security Service.

    Figure 1 Accessing HSS

  3. In the displayed dialog box, click Try the new edition to switch to the HSS (New) console.

    • Currently, HSS is available in the following regions: CN South-Guangzhou, CN-Hong Kong, AP-Bangkok, and AP-Singapore.
    • On the HSS (New) console, you can click Back to Old Console in the upper left corner to switch to the HSS (Old) console.
    • If cloud scan is not enabled or you access the HSS (New) console for the first time, the Enable Cloud Scan? dialog box is displayed. You are advised to select Enable cloud scan.
      • The cloud scan function is free of charge.
      • After the cloud scan function is enabled, all HSS servers will be scanned. Some HSS quota editions can support only limited scanning capabilities. Therefore, you are advised to purchase the enterprise edition or higher to enjoy all capabilities of the cloud scan function.
      Figure 2 Enabling cloud scan

  4. Choose Prevention > Web Tamper Protection, click Configure Protection.

    If your servers are managed by enterprise projects, you can select the target enterprise project to view or operate the asset and detection information.

    Figure 3 Entering the page for protected directory settings

  5. On the Configure Protection tab, click Settings under Scheduled Protection.

    Figure 4 Configuring scheduled protection

  6. Set the unprotected period and days in a week to automatically disable protection.

    Figure 5 Setting scheduled protection parameters
    1. Click Add Unprotected Period. Configure parameters in the dialog box that is displayed.
      Figure 6 Adding an unprotected period

      Configuration constraints:

      • Unprotected period >= 5 minutes
      • Unprotected period < 24 hours
      • Periods (except for those starting at 00:00 or ending at 23:59) cannot overlap and must have an at least 5-minute interval.
      • A period cannot span two days.
      • The server time is used as a time base.
    2. Click OK.
    3. Select the days to disable protection.
      For example, if you select Mon., Thu., and Sat., the server automatically disables the WTP function during the unprotected period on these days.
      Figure 7 Selecting days to disable protection
    4. Click OK.

  7. Return to the Configure Protection tab and toggle on to enable Scheduled Protection.

    Figure 8 Enabling scheduled protection