You can configure Shield Advanced to respond automatically to mitigate application layer (layer 7) attacks against your protected application layer resources, by counting or blocking web requests that are part of the attack. This option is an addition to the application layer protection that you add through Shield Advanced with an AWS WAF web ACL and rate-based rule. This video walks you through on how to enable this feature on AWS Console.
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