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Re: Preveting DDOS Syn floods on HTTP servers
From: jamesworld () intelligencia com
Date: Mon, 08 Mar 2004 18:48:26 -0600

At 06:16 03/05/2004, nabi1 () securology org wrote:
Dear list,

I was wondering if it was possible for a HTTP servers to prevent DDOS syn floods, attacks from different IP's, like a attack from a IRC network or something like that.

Some people say it's impossible and some say it's possible, so I wonder if someone can give me the right answer, and if it's possible, how to do it?



Search on the words "DoS protection"   You will see it in the table

More detailed:

and from the docs
look at the

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