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Cloudflare blocks an almost 2 Tbps multi-vector DDoS attack

by srcmax
Earlier this week, Cloudflare automatically detected and mitigated a DDoS attack that peaked just below 2 Tbps — the largest we’ve seen to date.



Another Massive DDoS Closes Out 2016, But Mirai Not To Blame

by alamat & 1 other (via)
This past year has been one for the record books when it comes to distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, so it is only proper that 2016 closes out with news of another massive DDoS attack, reported by Imperva researchers. According to them, the Imperva Incapsula network was forced to mitigate a 650 Gbps DDoS attack just a few days before Christmas.

Bruce Schneier: ‘The internet era of fun and games is over’

by alamat & 1 other (via)
Internet pioneer Bruce Schneier issued a dire proclamation in front of the House of Representatives’ Energy & Commerce Committee Wednesday: “It might be that the internet era of fun and games is over, because the internet is now dangerous.”

Oracle buys DNS provider Dyn

by alamat & 1 other (via)
Oracle announced that it has signed an agreement to acquire Dyn, the leading cloud-based Internet Performance and DNS provider that monitors, controls, and optimizes Internet applications and cloud services to deliver faster access, reduced page load times, and higher end-user satisfaction.

How to stop brute force attacks against xmlrpc.php

by alamat (via)
According to Wikipedia, XML-RPC is a remote procedure call (RPC) protocol which uses XML to encode its calls and HTTP as a transport mechanism. “XML-RPC” also refers generically to the use of XML for remote procedure call, independent of the specific protocol. This article is about the protocol named “XML-RPC”.




Contrer une attaque DDOS de type SYN flood sous Linux - Tux-planet

by nicolargo (via)
Victime d'une attaque DDOS sur votre serveur Linux, voici quelques actions à faire...


Sécurité avancée du serveur web Apache : mod_security et mod_dosevasive » UNIX Garden

by camel
Le serveur Apache n'est plus à présenter et propose nombre d'options liées à la sécurité en soi [1]. Pour autant, des modules tiers permettent d'étendre ses possibilités, que ce soit en termes de filtrage des requêtes et des réponses ou pour contrer les attaques visant à surcharger le serveur. Cet article présente deux de ces modules : mod_security et mod_dosevasive. Tout au long de l'article, nous prendrons l'exemple d'un proxy entrant, mais ces exemples sont bien sûr facilement transposables à un serveur web. mod_security : validation et filtrage des échanges


installation_et_configuration_du_mod_evasive [GoLDZoNE Web HoSTING]

by camel
Le principe de ce mod est assez sympa et couplé à IPTables il peut être vraiment efficace. ;-) Il est permet de limiter la casse en cas d’attaque de type DDoS ou de brute force et tout autres attaques de ce genre.


How a Bookmaker and a Whiz Kid Took On an Extortionist — and Won - CSO Magazine - May 2005

by micah
I'd like to think that this is a must read for anyone who's ever said, "I just have a little home computer. If people want to hack into it, they will, but there's nothing worth taking on there." When you're building an army of 20,000 to 30,000 zombie PCs, each and every computer becomes valuable. The reader comments at the end of this article help explain why.


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