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In DoS, does every sent Spoofed IP packet have a different IP?

so, my question is: When a DoS attack occurs and the attacker is using spoofed IP packets, do this packets all carry the same spoofed IP or does every packet have a different IP header? Thanks
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What other attacks can be deployed using IP spoofing other than DoS(and DDoS) attacks ?

I want to know the other attacks which are associated with IP spoofing because, we're trying to implement Source Address Validation (SAVA) and wanted to where else can Source Address validation ...
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How to defend against a Spoofed-IP Blacklist DOS attack?

So I've implemented an IP Blacklist for the /login endpoint on my server. If any IP fails to login more than x number of attempts in x number of minutes the requesting IP is blacklisted for x number ...
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Using pattern matching to make a port more secure

I am planning to make a web application deployed on a port more secure by detecting the pattern of the request an then comparing it with the patern next time that IP tries to connect.Any ways to move ...
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Does “loose source and record route” drop the source address?

Is the source IPv4 address lost when a person uses "loose source and record route" and the destination address is put before the end of the list of addresses through which routing should occur? It ...
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Apache/Linux server, DoS attack from own IP

I have an unusual problem I've been trying to diagnose for a while: It's about a Debian server running a custom compile of apache 2.2 with PHP, Red5, MySQL 5.5 (standard binary), sendmail (distro ...
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Parabolic Denial Of Service — Would it work?

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 ...
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Can I trust the source IP of an HTTP request?

As far as I've understood, if you try to issue a HTTP request with a spoofed IP address, then the TCP handshake fails, so it's not possible to complete the HTTP request, because the SYN/ACK from the ...