Set the Message Processing Delay
A chat community attacker can send a continuous stream of short messages to users that causes the recipients' screens to scroll so quickly that the screen is unreadable. You can control this type of attack by applying a delay to user connections. A delay is the period of time, measured in seconds, that the server waits before processing the next message from a client.
To delay the processing of messages from a user class:
Note The number you type in this field can range from 0 to 10 seconds.
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