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Re: Is current DDoS detecting method effective?
* Jared Mauch: > If you want some "basic" detection, I recommend doing something > like this: > > sort by the top "proto+dstip+dstport+tcpflags" > combination. The more of these you see, the more it may > look weird. You should also run a similar query for source IPs in your netblocks, particularly one restricted to 25/TCP. 8-> > Cisco publishes the netflow datagram specification, so > you may be able to write an optimized netflow daemon that doesn't > take up too much cpu/disk/whatnot if you discard the lower > levels of the "noise". I wouldn't optimize prematurely. I was surprised how far you can get with simple Perl script, a slightly increased socket buffer size for the receiving UDP socket, and rotating ASCII log files.