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This guy is DDoS-ing my website ...

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by Ibeefaaa, Apr 2, 2012.

  1. Ibeefaaa

    Ibeefaaa Regular Member

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    He's doing this for the past 3 hours...:fuckyou:
    Is a BH website so I can't report him but I need to do something soon.
    How do you guys deal with this kind of situation ?
     
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  2. mrankin

    mrankin Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Firstly, that's not a DDOS attack, it's all coming from one IP. As such, it should be pretty easy to ban his IP using whatever means you have, but being able to do it on the network layer is the best for your site (i.e. on the NIC).

    If you're on linux you can use IP tables, or Webmin also makes it really easy.
     
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  3. Ibeefaaa

    Ibeefaaa Regular Member

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    Sorry but you lost me with "on the NIC" :) part. Can you please explain a little more ? (i'm on windows)
    I did a search on G and found out about this "host/ip booters" but I need to learn on how to work with them ...
    Thanks
     
  4. fiebs

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    why don't you just ban his ip using htaccess and put this in:

    Code:
    order allow,deny
    deny from 98.244.42.27
    allow from all
    
     
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  5. mybff

    mybff Newbie

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    You know his IP :p DDOS him BACK.
     
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    kkvsam Senior Member

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    This is not DDOS. If you don't know about it big G will help you.
     
  7. mrankin

    mrankin Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Take a look at the below site, it should help you out on how to setup a rule to block that IP address.

    Code:
    http://codehill.com/2010/02/how-to-block-ip-addresses-in-windows-server-2003/
     
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  8. necro

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    Can we do with this ip what we want or should we care?^^
     
  9. Ibeefaaa

    Ibeefaaa Regular Member

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    I don't know how could I have missed that. There is an "IP Deny Manager" icon in my cpanel under Security. All I had to do was to put his IP in the textbox and click "Deny IP". Problem solved.

    Attacking eachother to see who's internet connection lasts longer is not internet marketing and unfortunately I don't have time for anything else than that right now.

    Yes, I don't care ... make it your own slave if you can. :ugh:
     
  10. MarkWW

    MarkWW Regular Member UnGagged Attendee

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    haha amazing response, HIT HIM :D
     
  11. jonfrer

    jonfrer BANNED BANNED

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    You could use CloudFlare; it speeds up your website and prevents DDoS attacks and malwares. :)
     
  12. deviatus

    deviatus Power Member

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    DDoS's are from botnets, you just have the world's most loyal visitor.
     
  13. zazaro

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    This made me lol. :)
    Verry true.

    I didn't understand why the OP thinks it is a DDOS attack in the first place?!
     
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