On the General tab of the Settings section you can:
Switch Wallarm filtration mode
Manage automatic logout timeouts
Every Wallarm node can identify and block attacks at the HTTP request level. This filtration mode is defined by the local or global settings:
Default: this mode exploits settings from a filter node
Monitoring: all requests are processed, but none of them are blocked even if an attack is detected.
Blocking: all requests where an attack was detected are blocked.
To learn more about available configuration options, proceed to the link.
Those Wallarm customers plugged in with Qrator traffic filters have the Blocking with Qrator setting. This setting enables automatic malicious requests blocking. The blocking is done with the Qrator IP denylists. Wallarm transfers to Qrator the data on those IP addresses from which the attacks originated.
Administrators can set up logout timeouts for company account. Settings will affect all account users. Idle and absolute timeouts can be set.