Since it is possible to fake the source-ip of an ip-package, is it also possible to anonymize DDOS-attacks?
I was talking earlier to a script kiddie and claimed that IP spoofing can increase the upload speed in a DDOS attack?! that does not make any sense to me According to him if your server has an upload ...
According to this answer, it's possible to send a network packet with a forged source IP address. So, what methods a server administrator can take to prevent/block a countless requests from faked IP ...
I mean if the attacker tries to ask all the open DNS resolver respond to a web server. The web server can just block its UDP ports. If the all the DNS response go to a Authoritative ...
Recently my server has been attacked multiple times, after looking at my firewall I've come to the conclusion that the IP's are spoofed. (10,000+ IP's connect at once) I'm running Win server 2012 x64 ...
Would this DoS attack be effective: Attacker determines target (10.0.0.1) Attacker sends ack packets to a buch of web servers with a src addr of 10.0.0.1 Servers reply to 10.0.0.1 with syn packets ...
I'm not security literate, and if I was, I probably wouldn't be asking this question. As a regular tech news follower, I'm really surprised by the outrage of Anonymous (hacker group), but as a ...