I have a site through Homestead.com - www.MultipleMayhem.com . My problem is that my site is being threatened by a possible hacker/cracker. I have thier IP but can not find a script supported by Homestead that will run on my site to further ban this person from entering via IP. Homestead Technologies say for security purposes that they do not support several file types. Below is a pasted copy of thier file faq's page:
Supported File Types
Imported files can either be used inline (on your pages), or posted for downloading by your visitors.
Inline Files (files that appear on your page)
Currently you can import HTML files (using the Import an HTML File Element), .gif and .jpg image files (using the Import an Image Element), and .au, .aiff, .aif, .wav, .mid, and .midi sound files (using the Import a Sound File Element).
You can also use an FTP client to upload multiple files to your Web site.
Posted Files (files that visitors can download from links)
The Post a File Element enables you to post files on your Web pages which viewers can then download onto their computers.
For security reasons, we do not support the following file types:
Non-supported File Types
.asa .cdx .dll .jsp
.asp .cer .exe .pl
.asptemp .cgi .ffhtml .php
.bat .cmd .htr .shtm, .shtml
.bok .com .idc .stm
If you wish to post a non-supported file type on your site, you will need to zip the file using a zip utility (such as WinZip or a similar freeware program) and upload the zip file to your site.
If you find that Homestead does not support a desired file type, please contact our Customer Support department.
Any suggestions on a script that I may run without these extentions or any other solutions on blocking unwanted visitors?