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This depends a lot on the setup of this site. If there is no DOS protection at all than it is probably not possible for an attacker to block others from accessing the site while still having access. The attacker might of course try to hack the site and configure a firewall or require authorization so that everyone else gets blocked. If there is some dumb ...


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Block all of China and Russia. Significant amounts of DDOS sources and hacking come from China. Significant amounts of hacking and malware come from Russia. Also, block North Korea for good measure and maybe a few places in the middle east like Syria, due to the Syrian political hacking groups there. That isn't to say that connections couldn't be forwarded ...


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DoS is just may request at the same time. Proof of concept is to run many requests to authenticate to one server in some time period. I don't know what more do you want to hear. Current OpenSSH version mitigates this with random early drop if the amount of the connections exceeds some limit and starts rejecting all the connection if the hard limit of ...


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I'd recommend looking for non-recent versions of OpenSSH in your search. Since it's a relatively well maintained library, if there's any known exploits, they've likely already been patched. However if you look through the CVE list for working DOS methods on older OpenSSH versions, you'll be able to access all those nasty bugs that have already been patched! ...



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