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How to protect Lighttpd from DOS attacks and flooding? [duplicate]

I have a problem with Lighttpd because someone started to use some Web downloader from very good connection and it blocked my whole website. Is there any way to protect Lighttpd from DDOS attacks and ...
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DDOS by several IPs with one connection [duplicate]

I have a site that was being hit with a DDOS the same time every day for the past month, and after spending a month researching and pinpointing the bug, we enacted a bash script which if the ...
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DDoS - How to detect an attacker IP address [duplicate]

Someone keep attacking my server, but unfortunately I've switched my OS to the FreeBSD, as I've earlier used Debian 5.0 Lenny, and none of netstat or tcpdump commands I used on Debian, works on ...
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DDOS attack - How to prevent [duplicate]

Recently I read about Denial of Service attack on Amazon & PayPal. I am curious that how this is performed. These big companies must have huge servers, so DOS would require billions of bots to ...
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Iptables ratelimit UDP DOS attacks [duplicate]

Well, I've been a victim of Ddos attacks and I really can't figure out how to avoid it. On some machines it works, while on some it doesn't or probably I'm doing it wrong in some way, Attackers are ...
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Software vs. Hardware Appliance DDOS & Firewalls [duplicate]

I run several Ubuntu Servers (virtualized) and have fail2ban installed for DDOS mitigation. For a firewall, each server has iptables. I'm evaluating my security options and was wondering how well ...
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pfSense + DDoS Protection [duplicate]

I run a gaming community on a colo with a 100Mbps port. I want to buy a very cheap 35 dollar server with the same 100Mbps port, and run pfSense to use as a hardware firewall. I'm dealing with a bunch ...
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DDoS Mitigation with round robin DNS? [duplicate]

Alright, so my friend and I are setting up a new website. We expect heavy DDoS attacks, so our plan is to use nginx to proxy from various cloud servers so that people can't find our actual server's ...
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How to prevent DDoS attacks? [duplicate]

I am a creator of a flash game server. I use cloudflare for my site, however the game tcp server cant be protected by CloudFlare. For about 2 months some person DDoSes my game using direct ip. Every ...
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Distributed web server to stop DDos attacks? [duplicate]

I have been thinking about a way to hinder DDos (Distributed Denial of Service) attacks (which seems to be a hot topic at the moment) by placing a signed Java Applet on the web site. This Java Applet ...
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Possible form for a ddos attack? [duplicate]

I have kinda asked this before. I've set up a server that serves my website, dns and some gameservers. However, when I check my routers firewall log, I get alot of incoming UDP packets blocked on the ...
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Solution for DDOS [duplicate]

My server is under DDoS attacks. I see my access log and get something: 968966 93-97-53-41.zone5.bethere.co.uk - - [27/Jul/2011:12:13:58 +0700] "GET /forum/forum.php HTTP/1.1" 200 91231 "-" ...
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Defensing againt DDoS attack on Squid server [duplicate]

My Squid (3.1.20 on Ubuntu 13.04) is under DDoS attack (with about 1000 different IPs). I'm using Basic Authentication on it and all of those requests are getting DENIED response but still they ...
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Using Free/Open BSD + pf as a DDoS filter [duplicate]

Is using Free/Open BSD + pf a workable option for filtering DDoS? Which of the two would perform better under heavy load? (SYN flood maxing a 1 gbit pipe) Is this even an option to consider, or is a ...
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Received Notification of my server be involved in “DNS amplification attack”. How can I stop? [duplicate]

I just received an email from my website internet provider that my server has been "involved as open resolvers in DDoS attacks (DNS Reflection) over the past few weeks." Here is the full email: ...

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