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You're Being DDOSed — What Do You Do? Name and Shame? 336

Posted by Soulskill
from the stop-drop-and-roll-doesn't-work dept.
badger.foo writes "When you're hit with a DDOS, what do you do? In his most recent column, Peter Hansteen narrates a recent incident that involved a DNS based DDOS against his infrastructure and that of some old friends of his. He ends up asking: should we actively publish or 'name and shame' DDOS participants (or at least their IP addresses)? How about scans that may or may not be preparations for DDOSes to come?"
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You're Being DDOSed — What Do You Do? Name and Shame?

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