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Sucuri DNS Setup

Upon signing into Sucuri for the first time, click Protect My Site Now to enter your domain.

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While entering a domain, there will be no need to select the other options provided. Click Add Site to add the domain to Sucuri.

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Sucuri will automatically grab the IP address for a specific CloudFront edge server. While workable, it does introduce a single point of failure. To avoid this, provide Sucuri with the CNAME for the CloudFront Endpoint. This can be retrieved from the DNS panel of Stratus.

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  1. Modify the Hosting IP Address section of Sucuri. Add the CNAME record from the Stratus panel and removing the single IP address that Sucuri detected.

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  2. Get the IP address of Sucuri which is provided in their overview section.

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  3. In the DNS panel, change the entry point to CloudFront to the custom IP that was provided by Sucuri.

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With this complete, the integration is basically finished! If the Sucuri Overview screen shows Service is Not Activated, wait a few minutes then click the Refresh Icon button to update the Overview.

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The last setting to change is in Sucuri under the Security section. Enable the option Force passing the hostname via TLS/SSL.

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When using Sucuri's option that adds a JS protector in front of the site, whitelist this path for the MageMojo Google Analytics validation to work properly.