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Thread: DOS Attack
09-11-2004, 03:50 #1-= TeamSpeak User =-
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Within the past hour I've had someone say they were, and then proceed to DOS attack my server. Unfortuantely they did not tell me directly and timed it just right that the party they told wasn't able to get a good look at the name of the person that did it (they announced their intentions in a game right before it changed so they couldn't see the name long enough to remember it.)
After that it did in fact get DOS'd. People connected to the TS server in question were, at first, not able to speak, and then got kicked off the server. The server also became unresponsive. This also caused the web-administration "Server"'s page to stop responding, my guess is because it wasn't able to get a response from the flooded server.
The server in question also shot up to 100% utilization. Unfortunately the firwall logs show no unusual traffic (infinite loop from a malformed packet perhaps?). The server in question is not Windows and I won't give the IP out. Has anyone experienced this before?
I'm going to be watching the server to see if I can pinpoint where the attack originated from, but I'd like to find a better solution. For a few weeks now I've noticed teamspeak servers mysteriously becoming unresponsive. It appears this is the cause of it.
I was able to find one attack against TeamSpeak, I haven't tried it to see if it produces the same effects.
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