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Accesspoint blocking works by continually sending deauth packets to the client and access point. De-auth packets can be easily spoofed. Both sides then believe that they need to re-authenticate so they do so. If this is done continuously you can prevent all clients from associating with an AP since they're continuously in an authentication loop. It's ...


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I'm loving the shopping mall answer. So here's some more detail. What happens when mall is protected but the car-park starts to fill up? Firstly, no, it's not possible to stop an attack of any size with the current internet architecture. A well funded large ISP you can stop pretty big ones though. But (roughly) as long as the attack is smaller than the ...


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The cheapest, most effective and easiest way to block a DDoS-Attack: As soon as the server recives more requests than it can handle, a "Secure-Mode" switches on. In this Mode, every requesting IP-Address gets a minimal HTML-Site, the smaller the better, consisting of a warning of a live DDoS-Attack and a captcha-Prompt: The IP-Addresses which enter the ...



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