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Re: SYN flood atacks?
we took around a gig of port 80 syn flooding to a customer web host, it was around 12-3pm utc.. ended when the customer disappeared off the net. not sure if this is unusual tho, theres hundreds of such attacks per day globally... Steve On Tue, 17 Aug 2004, email@example.com wrote: > Sorry I didnt take the smart ass factor into account when I posted. I have heard that AOL and other mega proxies have been sending enough SYN floods (DDoS style) to knock over Discover and Allstate. I am not talking about small amounts of normal traffic. > Jason > > -------------- Original message -------------- > > > > > > > On Tue, 17 Aug 2004 firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > > > I have been hearing rumors about some SYN flood atacks on the Internet > > > today. Anybody hear anything? > > > > You will need to be more specific. > > > > There are syn flood attacks, icmp attacks, udp attacks, tcp attacks, dns > > attacks, http attacks, im attacks, ipsec attacks, etc going on every day, > > all day. > > > >