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The main thing that DDoS attackers are taking advantage of is a centralized resource that they can overwhelm with traffic. If you make the application so that it is highly distributed DDoS attacks are not effective. Exactly this has been done with DNS infrastructure and anycast. Google DNS for example is at 8.8.8.8 But they use anycast so the actual ...


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Solving small problems is certainly easier than solving big problems. But you might want to think about how you would decompose these categories further into a hierarchy (decompose the problems further before trying to find answers). e.g. typically what you have described as login security is decomposed into access, authentication and authorization. You ...


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I guess the servers runing win server are in separated network and you access them through linux servers. On these servers is performed filtration of requests so can not use some exploits or known security holes because your attempts even not reach your victim servers.


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Well if it is a literal password is this due to some api which required it once? Typically more modern forms of authentication bypass a direct password and one would redirect a user to a 3rd party authentication mechanism, along with an API key. The Ali provider would then pass back to your site an authentication token which you could use for API calls. If ...


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I'm seeing the posted link and it seems to be an Indonesian facebook page, where the group writes IPs and credentials of different servers. I think so these servers don't belong to the group, but the group itself discovers them by sharing their credentials. I don't know what they do with them, but then the servers are most likely hacked for some purpose. ...



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