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Re: Is there a line of defense against Distributed Reflective attacks?
- From: Christopher L. Morrow
- Date: Thu Jan 16 23:13:41 2003
On Thu, 16 Jan 2003, hc wrote:
> >Because syn cookies are available on routing gear??? Either way syn
> >cookies are not going to keep the device from sending a 'syn-ack' to the
> >'originating host'.
> True.. At least it will have some stop in the amount of attacks.
> It is quite unfortunate that it is impossible to control the 'ingress'
> point of attack flow. Whenever there is a DoS attack, the only way to
> drop it is to null route it (the method you have devised) over BGP
> peering, but that knocks the victim host off the 'net... :-(
Sure, but this like all other attacks of this sort can be tracked... and
so the pain is over /quickly/ provided you can track it quickly :) Also,
sometimes null routes are ok.