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Help To Prevent [DDOS]


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#1 __VDB__

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Posted 04 December 2009 - 09:48 PM

Hi , Im Having Troubles with an Anonymous Person.

There Methods Are DDOS. I Have Been Hit Left And Right All Week , Im Not Sure... If This Is Your Field Of Experties. but i would really love a little help in preventing it from happening anymore , i have contacted my ISP and they Asure me that it isnt happening. ( lame. ) and they will not provide me with another IP.

Symptoms are , Incredible Lag , Then my Network Doesnt Respond Correctly Or At All.

Only Way I Am Able To Stop It Is To Unplug From The Net and remain offline hours at a time.. I Have Read Mulitple Articals On Prevention , But Am unable to comply with the Methods.

im running Windows XP-SP3 Home Edition Version. 2002 Fully Updated , Also i am running [OA] Online Armour Personal Firewall. - Fully Up-2-Date.

So if you need any more Info About This ISP , Problem or PC please let me know and i will be more then happy to post it.

if this post in not in the right area im sorry ,i searched for the best place to post. this was is security question.

Edited by __VDB__, 04 December 2009 - 09:51 PM.


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