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This is exactly what I wanted to know thanks!
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comment Stopping DDOS TCP SYN and UDP flood attacks
suppose they are spoofed, would the hacker use a certain range of spoofed ip addresses that might help group them? or is it done manually? If the attack is automated then there is certainly features that would allow labeling the botnet hosts, what do you think?
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but what if I have an automated process that would filter them for me? would it be possible to know which hosts are participating to the attack and which packets are part of the half opened TCP hand shake?
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thank you for this useful information, now coming to the case that I'm already attacked, and that the flooding is happening how can I filter the attacking hosts and is it possible to stop the attack?
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Thanks for your reply. Does it mean that once the attack begins it's impossible to get rid of it? I was thinking that if I can find some pattern in the ip addresses from which the attack comes or in the timing of the syn packets it would be possible to blocks these adresses..
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