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Re: DDoS attacks, spoofed source addresses and adjusted TTLs
- From: Christopher L. Morrow
- Date: Wed Aug 03 16:57:00 2005
On Wed, 3 Aug 2005, Mike Tancsa wrote:
> I had a DDoS this morning (~ 130Mb) against one of my hosts. Packets were
> coming in all 3 of my transit links from a handful of source IP addresses
> that sort of make sense in terms of the path they would take to get to
> me. They were all large UDP packets of the form
in reality almost no udp floods are spoofed, save dns-smurf attacks... so
you probably saw legit hosts sending bad packets.
> The TTLs all kind of make sense and are consistent (e.g. if the host is 8
> hops away, the TTL of the packet when it got to me was 56). Yes, I know
> those could be adjusted in theory to mask multiple sources, but in practice
> has anyone seen that ? I seem to recall reading the majority of DDoS
> attacks do not come from spoofed source IP addresses.
depends on the protocol, attacker and tools at their disposal most likely.
I can say we see more non-spoofed than spoofed these days. (go botland
what exactly was the question?