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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 "-" "Mozilla/...
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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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Anti-DDoS Question [duplicate]

Our company´s main owner (telecon group) wants us to deploy anti-DDoS mechanisms, such as Arbor Pravail, which is a great idea. Although... I have a question... If our main ISP Backbone provider have ...
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DDOS Mitigation for UDP Flood [duplicate]

We are currently under attack on one of our servers at a datacenter in Chicago. 1 gbps (peak) 600mbps average UDP flood port 80 (incoming) Consumed 20 TB bandwidth in 2.5 days We have 50TB of ...
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ESXi server under DoS attack, can I use SSH to determine where from? [duplicate]

My VMWare ESXi 4 server appears to be under a Denial of Service attack. I am getting massive packet loss to the server (60+%) and am barely able to load any services on the VMs running on the host. I ...
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How do i mitigate DDOS attacks on static servers? [duplicate]

Here is a slightly different take on DDOS attacks. Rather than a server with dynamic content being attack i was curious how to deal with attacks on servers with STATIC CONTENT. This means cpu tends to ...
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DDoS and Heroku [duplicate]

I use Heroku as my hosting solution. So, if some bad man attacks my site with DDoS, what should I do?
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In what way am I more likely to be DDoS'd? Via http or other ports? [duplicate]

I am writing a web service that has a lot of vicious competitors. Vicious as in: people have been getting DDoS'd within hours of setting up shop in this arena. The service will consist of: a ...
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Best Practice for captcha based protection against D.O.S to Nginx Proxy [duplicate]

The idea is explained here In simple words, Nginx Proxy plays the role of load balance and transmits the HTTP/HTTPS requests to servers. If the number of request times within a certain period from ...
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Am I under DDOS? [duplicate]

I have a mail server, Debian Linux 2.4.31, which is dropping TCP connections and basically being unavailable. I have iptables running on it and its pretty much very restrictive. When I run "netstat -...
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How do I drop “empty” HTTP packets using iptables? [duplicate]

I have a 1GB-VPS-hosted site running on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. I am using nginx as the web server. The site has been running in a relatively stable configuration for three years, and handles about 4 ...
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I know how to scale my software, but how to prevent downtime because of network outages? [duplicate]

We are running rather large LAMP sites which scale well software wise. We use redundant load balancers in front of a bunch of webservers using MySQL via a proxy in master-slave-slave-slave. We are ...
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ddos protection for dedicated server [duplicate]

Whats the best way to protect a linux root server from a ddos attack? I just want to inform myself about the issue. I'm wondering I haven't found a good solution. anybody has one? thanks!
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Debian iptables, netstate. DDOS? [duplicate]

My server has been timing out and crashing lately. I ran this command: netstat -anp |grep 'tcp\|udp' | awk '{print $5}' | cut -d: -f1 | sort | uniq -c | sort -n Check the picture for result. ...
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blocking udp attack ip with iptables [duplicate]

I was trying to block an ip of ( network stresser tool - a ddos websites selling ddos bots by seconds online ) the first one i was trying to block with iptables : iptables -A INPUT -d 173.193.26.73 -...

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