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Are the DOS Attacks against Kr5ddit over?

Are the DOS Attacks against Kr5ddit over? (#135)
by freek666 on April 30, 2017, 1:20 p.m.
I think alpharacks turn off my machine when it's under attack, but I think they also apply rules to stop further attacks.


I don't know... but I think they apply blocking rules, and in the past have never given me any information regarding the nature of the attacks, simply that they have been under attack, and have fixed it...

What software should I run to get more visibility of where network is coming from or going to, how much... bandwidth and stuff...

Is there something to do that?

The attacks continue, I don't know how they're doing it... (#141)
by freek666 on May 10, 2017, 7:49 a.m.
During attacks we see no outgoing network activity, and this can last from a few minutes to over an hour before we get shut down by alpharacks.

BUT, the attacks shouldn't take us offline anymore... if our machine gets turned off, another machine turns it back on again!

High Availability Engineering 101.

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