I want to ask how secure the operating system open suse 11.2 with kernel kernel-desktop version 18.104.22.168-0.1.1 from DDOS attacks?
Does SuSEFirewall2 tools help eliminate DDOS attack?
on 01/06/2010 – Made popular on 01/06/2010
I have been using my own self-made "iptables rules" for blocking all the major type of DDOS attacks on game-servers because these attacks were application/game-server specific instead of the general DDOS attacks. It took me almost 3 years to study those attacks and respond with these rules.
Here is a slightly different take on DDOS attacks. Rather than a server with dynamic content being attack i was curious how to deal with attacks on servers with STATIC CONTENT. This means cpu tends to not be an issue. Its either bandwidth or connection problems.
How would i mitigate a DDOS attack knowing nothing about the attacker (for example country, ip address or anything else).
I found this interesting and I thought others would as well. This is a write-up and video demonstration of how sFlow and OpenFlow can be combined to deliver DDoS mitigation. It seems that enabling standard sFlow in the switches and routers provides a continuous stream of measurement data which can provide real-time detection and notification of DDoS attacks.