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Block packets based on length

Can I block packets (Specifically UDP) that are > X length? I am getting attacked exclusively by UDP packets that are very large in size from a large number of IP Addresses. I have a legitimate use ...
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iptables logs but doesn't drop packets

I am trying to create some simple iptables DOS protection rules for my web server. I was doing testing on the following rules: iptables -N LOGDROP > /dev/null 2> /dev/null iptables -F LOGDROP ...
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What is the best way to prevent somone abusing access to your site using scripts?

What is the best way to prevent someone abusing access to your site using scripts?
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AD Domain Controllers being Slammed

My Windows Server 2008 Domain Controllers are getting hundreds of log in attempts per minute. For the most part the IP addresses are not in the Event Log however the ones that do occasionally show up ...
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Do reports of packet flooding suggest a DOS attacK?

Our E1 connection is being closed by our firewall*. It happens intermittently every few days. I find log entries like this one around the same time as the dropout: Jun 2 09:53:35 sg580 kernel: ...