Here’s HOW TO fight/stop DoS(Denial of Service) Attacks using open source code (D)DoS-Deflate!
Recently, Zedomax.com has been receiving DoS(DenialOfService) attacks from various different sources.
We first thought it was too much traffic but it turns out it was some type of DoS attack. How did we find that out?
Well, after we installed a free open-source (D)DoS-Deflate, a free script that installs easily on your linux server.
This thing basically tracks which IPs are sending DoS pings and block them out automatically.
Well, after we thought it was just too much traffic and uninstall it, the hackers came back.
I am some of you hackers are reading this.
Maybe if you can crack this DoS script, you might be able to DoS us again.
P.S. When I used to work at Comfile Technology in Korea, I accidently developed this Lantronix X-Port that could be hooked up to ANY DHCP network and permanently bring down the network. Well…it just happened by accident. Maybe I can sell it as a internet security test tool for web servers…
Here’s simple instructions to (D)DoS-Deflate and prevent AND stop DoS attacks!
(You need shell access, most likely you will only have this on a dedicated server and I know Dreamhost and some hosts let you access shell)
“My server went from 44.0 Load to less than 1.0 Load instantly in about 5 minutes since installation.” I know a lot of you probably fighting the same thing and manually controlling the firewall but this thing makes that automatic.
# wget http://www.inetbase.com/scripts/ddos/install.sh # sh install.sh
# wget http://www.inetbase.com/scripts/ddos/uninstall.ddos # sh uninstall.ddos