DJ, the problem is in correcting it - we can remove the flood bit through admin, but you also have to remove the IP from the banned list, and that currently has to be done directly through the database.
I'm sure Nano has it on his list, but there are more pressing issues for now
I guess you can't be sure, unless you turn it off.
However, that does remind me of another key point - search engines.
Before people become concerned about loss of search engine traffic from flood protection, you need to ensure that you use the updated robots.txt in your distribution.
It provides for a crawl delay of 20 seconds - that is respected by most legitimate bots. The ones that don't respect it, get banned automatically when they inevitably flood. You can vary this downwards, but I don't recommend less than 4 or 5 seconds.
admin => security => flooding ... just make sure you have all templates file or use the default or dragonfly theme becouse the last two has all templates files that you need to select and delete his ban.
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I have this problem to, I have another default theme for my site, but I enabled the default theme for my selves and went to security .. what am I supposed to do there ? only choises are disable and details, clicking on details on IP's let's me only Add new bans, not remove any. .