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Old 03-22-2008, 04:56 PM   #1
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DDOS attacks Challengers


Hi folks

I have got DDOS attacks for the third time, we have DDOS device. but the device is being by passed for all the times. I have Load balancer that distrube the traffic to all webservers. Can anyone tell me is there any application that work like DDOS device or better then that to run that at loab balancer server.

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Old 03-22-2008, 08:54 PM   #2
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I have got DDOS attacks for the third time, we have DDOS device. but the device is being by passed for all the times. I have Load balancer that distrube the traffic to all webservers. Can anyone tell me is there any application that work like DDOS device or better then that to run that at loab balancer server.
If you are able to deal with the DDoS attack by using appliances and load-balancers on your local network, then that would imply that you aren't under a bandwidth DDoS (since no amount of local appliances would be of any help in such a case). So I am assuming that what is getting DoSed is your servers themselves, not your Internet connection. The OP on this thread in which you originally posted has stated that he's filtering the packets which are part of the attack - they aren't getting serviced by the daemons - so it's a completely different situation. Hence, I am breaking your post off into a new thread of its own.
 
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Have you considered Snort?

You might be able to configure it so it differentiates between DDoS and non-DDoS traffic.
 
  


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