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httpd problem

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by izmirhost, Jul 3, 2005.

  1. izmirhost

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    tcp 1 1 208.53.170.68:80 65.165.84.11:46889 LAST_ACK
    tcp 1 1 208.53.170.68:80 85.101.130.31:1367 LAST_ACK
    tcp 1 1 208.53.170.68:80 85.101.130.31:1369 LAST_ACK
    tcp 1 1 208.53.170.68:80 85.101.234.221:1460 LAST_ACK
    tcp 1 1 208.53.170.68:80 85.101.82.182:2546 LAST_ACK
    tcp 1 1 208.53.170.68:80 85.101.82.182:2567 LAST_ACK

    how can I stop this LAST_ACK attackings. please help.
     
  2. AndyReed

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    Use iptables command to stop IPs from attacking your server. Search the forum and you'll find many threads about iptables and how to use'em.
     
  3. izmirhost

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    I m knowing it but I m asking how can I stop this attackings by automatically by server.
     
  4. dave9000

    dave9000 Well-Known Member

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    search for apf and bfd and you will find the info you need
     
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