If your website is protected by Sucuri, you must configure API access, so NitroPack can sync both caches and ensure the best possible performance.

You can do that by following this quick process:

Step 1

Log into NitroPack’s Dashboard, go to “Settings” and click on “Integrations”.

Step 2

Scroll down until you find the “Sucuri” section, enable the integration and click on “Adjust Sucuri settings”.

Step 3

Fill in your Sucuri API Key and API Secret. You can find both in your Sucuri profile.

Source: Sucuri Demo Website - https://sucuri.net/demo/firewall/settings-api/

Step 4

Finally, you need to disable Sucuri’s “Emergency DDoS protection” feature.

You can do that from the “Security” panel in your Sucuri profile. You’ll find the “Emergency DDoS protection” option in the “Advanced Security Options” section.

Source: Sucuri Demo Website - https://sucuri.net/demo/firewall/settings-api/

Finally, click “Save Settings” in your NitroPack profile (top right corner) and you’re done. You’ve successfully completed this integration!

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