Denial of service attack, is an attempt through some means to make a computer or network resource unavailable.

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Measure bandwidth by client IP in realtime

I have been recently attacked using DoS attack on random ports. I wasn't able to get the attackers IP and now I would like to find it. What tool can show me bandwidth (in Kbits/Mbits) used by each ...
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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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Buffer-stuffing denial-of-service attack

I started seeing this odd sort of effect that resembles denial-of-service attack against a Linux server. The effect is that the network becomes at least partially unusable very much the same as what ...
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DoS - Apache threads hanging when not receiving TCP ACKs after sending HTTP response

In summary, I had a case where all Apache threads were hung because all of them were waiting for a TCP ACK from clients after having sent the HTTP page, and because of that, the Apache threads were ...
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Can't figure out this attack, getting botnets and something else

About two months ago a site of mine started getting some sort of attack, and after further investigation I found it to be botnet zombies and something else which I can't figure out. My site is not ...
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What is idea of web server attack on thinker/js/think.js?

My web server is getting a lot of GET request on thinker/js/think.js and thinker/showSimilarInfo.do. These requests obviously constitute a server attacks. What is point of these attacks? Also, ...
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Windows Server 2008 Denial of Service Detection

We have a Windows 2008 server that hosts a file share in which a SQL server database is stored and accessed from another SQL server on the same network. Periodically, the database become inaccessible ...
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How To Protect Tomcat 7 Against Slowloris Attack

I'm using Apache Tomcat 7 to run my webapp on Linux. I scanned it by Acunetix and it's telling me that my webapp is vulnerable to "Slow HTTP Denial of Service Attack". How can I protect it? Acunetix ...
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Cause for large number of duplicate web requests

I am seeing odd traffic to my web site. On occasion, probably a few times a day, I will get a flurry of requests for the same URI from the same IP address for several minutes, at rates from maybe one ...
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Preventing NFS Denial of Service

I have a NFS4 server running Ubuntu 10.04 Server, on an enterprise environment with 50+ clients. Overall, everything works fine, but from time to time, some client starts making +1000 NFS operations ...
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Is Jetty immune to Slow HTTP Denial of Service attacks (e.g., slowloris)?

After a security scan, our webserver was found to be vulnerable to "slow HTTP denial of service" attacks. We are currently on an older version of Jetty (6.1.22). I'm not sure if the scan actually ...
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Intelligently filtering bogus query strings

A vBulletin site I maintain is on the wrong end of a DoS attack which is inexplicably routing through CloudFlare unimpeded by their DoS protection. The requests look like this: 1 /?ZZZZCQG=XJXAUD ...