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Countermeasures versus incoming DNS reflection attack

i am currently experiencing a DNS reflection attack towards my server. I am getting a massive amount of answers via UDP from Port 53 that my server has never asked for: 02:53:57.626156 IP (tos ...
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DDOS protection from ISP side, UDP protocol, whitelist

Is it possible to ignore packets from ISP side which are incoming to my server? Is possible this kind of situation ? : I have white list of IP addresses. I continually update white list and sends it ...
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Block All UDP traffic (to prevent ddos) [duplicate]

I have been receiving countless ddos attacks the last couple of weeks. Just now I caught one while I was running iptraf. Normally 99.9% of the packets used on my server are TCP packages, and not UDP. ...
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How do you prevent UDP-flood based DDOS attacks on a DNS server? [duplicate]

I'm studying networking at the moment, and it just occurred to me that one can easily forge DNS requests with fake IP addresses (since they use UDP). Since DNS relies on UDP for communication, ...
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UDP Flood/DoS or What?

Basically I am receiving a lot of packets/data with random info on UDP protocol. Packet has header and then a lot of XXXXXXX in it's content. I assume it is UDP flood but it comes from different ...