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Old 07-03-2019, 10:28 AM   #1
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DDOS Deflate


Hello,

I am using ddos deflate to reduce the risk of ddos flooding on my servers.
Does anyone knows how to remove blocked ip from banned ip list in ddos deflate.?

Thank You
 
Old 07-03-2019, 10:36 AM   #2
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You'd be better off using fail2ban which has considerably more configuration options and allows for automatic "un-jailing" of IPs.

Neither of these solutions will give you proper DDoS protection though.
 
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You'd be better off using fail2ban which has considerably more configuration options and allows for automatic "un-jailing" of IPs.

Neither of these solutions will give you proper DDoS protection though.
Hi, thanks for the reply.
i am denyhosts instead of fail2ban, and as far as i know fail2ban can't protect servers from ddos attack
 
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Hi, thanks for the reply.
i am denyhosts instead of fail2ban, and as far as i know fail2ban can't protect servers from ddos attack
ddos deflate will not "protect" you from a proper DDoS attack either. You can't do proper DDoS mitigation on server or, indeed, on-prem. At best with these tools you're getting rid of a few "script kiddies" and for that fail2ban and properly configured firewalls are the better option as fail2ban allows for better automation and attack detection.

(This kind of thing was my day-job for around 10 years)
 
  


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