I'm using Fiddler allowing external clients to connect. Capturing is disabled and sessions are filtered with "Non-Browser".
While debugging some stuff, I've seen some strange requests (google.pl, cirillic search queries, strange urls) listed on my Fiddler sessions list. So I thought that there was a malware on my PC doing all that requests, but when I unchecked "Allow remote computers to connect", these requests stop immediately. So, in a certain way, an automatic bot has connected to my Fiddler (I don't know how it discovered my IP, however I've used the Fiddler default port, 8888, I will try to change it), and has done all that requests.
Since I'm debugging a single URL, via FiddlerScript I've tried to block all the requests done by the bot, using scripts like the one below:
var hostname = oSession.hostname;
"Go to hell"
"Go to hell"
- in the first case, I'm simply ignoring the listing of the session, but I'm anyway letting the bot do the requests
- in the second case, I'm blocking it, yes, but it shoots hundreds of requests per minute, so the RAM usage raise to 2GB+ within 12 hours
How can I simply ban/blacklist a client IP, and so refuse all its connections, without taking trace of that connections in my sessions list? (so... silently?)