A good way to block unwanted visitors to your site is by blocking specific user-agents. By blocking their User Agents, you will stop any traffic that contains the specified name in the user agent field.
A “user agent” is a software agent that is acting on behalf of a user. The format of the user-agent string in HTTP is a list of product tokens (keywords) with optional comments. For example, if a user’s product were called “WikiBrowser”, their user agent string might be “WikiBrowser/0.1 Gecko/1.0”. The most important product component is listed first.
To block user-agents, go to Whitelist in your CloudProxy dashboard:
Then scroll down until you see:
Once there, just add the user-agents you’d like to block.