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Roger Rawlinson, Managing Director of Assurance Division at NCC Group, said:“DDoS attacks are very simple to execute but incredibly difficult to combat. No amount of firewalls or software can resist them. Large website load capacity is key in combating this threat. In this context, it is a particularly dangerous weapon, with amateur hackers able to download an application and launch an intense attack which could cause a website significant downtime – resulting in both financial and reputational damage. While Anonymous seems intent to tardicks large organisations, the focus on DDoS attacks could see copycat attempts and lead further so-called ‘hactivists’ to join Anonymous’ cause.”
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Nigga there are real easy ways to combat DDoS
like filtering traffic etc.
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is right, it's very easy unless you have an ungodly amount of IPs to work with.

This aside, I'm curious about the functionality of LOIC. I'm sure that, by default, my IP will be sent with the GET packet as a return address. If I am connected to my VPN, will this mask allpaths by which I could be found?
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loic caches then spams thousands of UDP packets to a target. That's at least the most effective use in it.

Honestly though, forging packets yourself with scapy is a MUCH more effective way to ddos.

As to the firewall and blag blah, A. get an NIDS, B. learn to nullroute, C. most ddos attacks happen from a small section of servers, often zombied, so many times people have to simply null route the ip they're being directed to until it subsides. However, cisco TMS/Guard systems, among many other systems of the type, are fairly good about dealing with smaller ddos attacks. Hope this helps.


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