How to protect your GCP apps from bad bots using Cloud Armor and Load Balancer

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I have the Google Cloud Platform load balancer as a CDN and entry point to my running services.

As far as I know GCP load balancer offers out of the box DDoS protection even without custom Cloud Armor rules setup.

Is it also includes some protection against the "bad bots" which are scraping the info or sending spam?

If not, is there any way we can setup some rules using Cloud Armor to protect GCP services against such bots?
Apr 7 in GCP by Rahul
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