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Azure DDoS Protection best practices and reference architectures | Microsoft Docs
Learn about how you can use logging data to gain deep insights about your application.
ddos  reference  architecture  microsoft  cloud  azure  security  availability 
6 weeks ago by geekzter
Fixweb | Hébergement web sécurisé et infogéré
Hébergement Web infogéré, Hébergement sécurisé anti DDoS, Hébergement Cloud, Infrastructure Cluster, Expertise Open Source
hebergement  hébergement  ddos  infogérance 
7 weeks ago by Spoof
Pragma-Innovation/bgpflowspectool: BGP flowspec (RFC 5575) tool for DDoS mitigation
BGP flowspec (RFC 5575) tool for DDoS mitigation. Contribute to Pragma-Innovation/bgpflowspectool development by creating an account on GitHub.
golang  ddos  bgp 
7 weeks ago by geetarista
It just got much easier to wage record-breaking DDoSes | Ars Technica
Exploits that abuse memcached servers threaten the stability of the Internet.
It just got much easier to wage distributed denial-of-service attacks of once-unthinkable sizes, thanks to the public release of two ready-to-run exploits that abuse poorly secured memcached servers to flood targets with record amounts of junk traffic.
As Ars reported last week, DDoSers last month started bouncing specially developed traffic off of so-called memcached servers, which then respond by bombarding a targeted third party with a malicious flood that's thousands of times the size of the original payload. Attackers have long used such amplification techniques to magnify or augment the damage coming from the computers they control. What's special about memcached-based attacks is the size of the amplification—as much as 51,000 times, compared with about 50 to 60 fold for techniques seen previously. The attacks work by sending requests to servers that leave open port 11211 and adding spoofed packet headers that cause the responses to be sent to the target.
security  DDOS  server  hack 
8 weeks ago by rgl7194
US service provider survives the biggest recorded DDoS in history | Ars Technica
Nearly 100,000 memcached servers are imperiling the stability of the Internet.
A new technique that abuses poorly secured servers is fueling record-breaking denial-of-service attacks, along with notes demanding the targets pay hefty ransoms for the debilitating flood of junk traffic to stop.
As Ars reported last week, memcached, a database caching system for speeding up websites and networks, lets DDoS vandals amplify their attacks by an unprecedented factor of 51,000. That means a single home computer with a 100 megabit-per-second upload capacity from its ISP is capable of bombarding a target with a once-unimaginable 5 terabits per second of traffic, at least in theory.
Following the discovery that DDoS vandals in the wild were abusing open memcached servers, researchers last week predicted a new round of record attacks. Two days later, DDoS mitigation service Akamai/Prolexic reported the 1.3Tbps attack against Github, just slightly topping previous records set in 2016.
security  DDOS  server  hack 
8 weeks ago by rgl7194

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