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    Question Hide /mask IP link....

    Hello! i got this problem with " http://x.xxx.xxx.x/register.php " ( x stands for numbers from Ip address )
    And i want to hide or put a mask because i get ddosed day by day.

    This is a " sample " of my script:
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    <center><iframe  name="BLESS" src="http://x.xxx.xxx.x/register.php" scrolling="no" width="500" frameborder="0" height="400"></iframe></center>

    If anyone know what i must do! because in View page source it's showing my IP . THere it isn't any way to work on this... or to make a protection .

    I am new to this and to tell the truth i am lost... can sameone help me with advices / tutorials how to do it... or do something so i can stop people ddosing me. I mention that is a server...

    Sorry if i post it in worng section.

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    Hiding the IP is not going to solve your problem.
    Protecting yourself from a Denial of Service attack requires protection on the network level.
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    Quote Originally Posted by logic_earth View Post
    Hiding the IP is not going to solve your problem.
    Protecting yourself from a Denial of Service attack requires protection on the network level.
    And how i am going to get do that?
    Any advices?

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    Talk to your hosting provider about their firewall options and ability to track / block the attack before it hits your server.
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    You could use CloudFlare to protect you to a certain extent. But if you really need some proper DDoS Protection its gonna cost you some cash you could speak to BlackLotus and see what they can offer you.
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    Is it a real DDoS (your server under sufficiently heavy load on this page that it ceases to function properly) or is it just a case that your registration page is attracting a lot of false registrations?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EastCoast View Post
    Is it a real DDoS (your server under sufficiently heavy load on this page that it ceases to function properly) or is it just a case that your registration page is attracting a lot of false registrations?
    Well ... my server is in rank 1-10 and because we keep in rank people is ddosing me and everytime i need to go under maint so i can fix it and change the if of the updater... and to put the server in maint like 3-5 times per day... it is way to much... i need to cllean junk stuff that they put on it and other stuff.. i think that people that were ddosed know much more than me.. i am still a beginer in these things and it's taking time to fix all back... but i am doing it.. So now i was looking for a way to hide or do something so i can keep out these annoying people that don't have anything else and good to do...

    Oh! And yes EastCoast it is a
    " real DDoS (your server under sufficiently heavy load on this page that it ceases to function properly) "
    Anyway! Thank you all for all the information till now. Apreciate it.

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    Are they saturating your network connection, or overloading web server resources (cpu, memory, disk i/o)? If the latter, and depending on how strong the attack is and your application structure, you may be able to avoid the effects by some server optimisation e.g switching to a more effective web server software like nginx, and putting a caching proxy on the front, database optimisation.

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    Sometimes they overload the server resources, and other times they saturating my connection.

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    How diverse is the ip range attacking, and do you have access to firewall resources external to your server?

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    Well it's the biggest attack i have ever seen using 1.1.1.1-1.255.255.255
    1.2.1.1 - 1.2.255.255 and so on.
    Biggest i seen using 1.1.1.1-1.45.255.255 or something close. And about firewall i don't know.

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    Rex,

    Consider that range as bogus. Remember, a DDOS isn't waiting for a response, it's merely trying to overwhelm the server and handling responses would merely slow its attack.

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