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How to protect from this so so so so dangerous perl script!

Discussion in 'Security' started by lukapaunovic, Nov 15, 2012.

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    Hello, as everybody here I was interested in hacking in a period of time, using a perl scripts.
    CSF is protecting me from every perl script which can make damage.
    But not from this one here:

    /http://pastebin.com/CfRiSVkQ

    It's Syn Flood script, when I attack my dedicated server from another dedicated with 100MBPS link csf is detecting the attack and he always block attackers address but I am flooded and sites are down, I get email from csf, but attack is still damaging sites!
    Then I need to restart httpd, csf and sites are online again...
     
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    lukapaunovic Active Member

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    I discovered that this script might be this one I posted here
    Slowloris - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
    If it can help a bit!

    I know this is not server security support forum blah blah blah, but I am searching for people who might know the solution and they might be here!
     
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