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i understand what you mean and im sure copyrights(©) still apply.. but im talking about the actual registration of the product, like the name ncsoft or lineage2(®).. and since they would never need it for marketing purposes or w/e.. it makes no sense to register server side (assuming files dont get leaked.. and we both agree they wouldnt get hacked).

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Ya'll are just straight up funny. DDoS is not in any way unstoppable. There are VERY many techniques in avoiding being null routed (the entire bandwith consumed).

For one if you have a website that's being ddosed, and it's going down. All you need to do is cache all the database connections. Therefore limiting the data transfer between the user and the server, This will force the DDoSer / attacker to have an enormous amount of bots to even be able to wtfpwn your websites bandwith. As when it comes to L2 Servers, to be able to stop a ddos attack you will either need a very dedicated admin with a HW firewall ( HW = Hardware ) that will be willing to monitor the attacks and IP ban all the bad packets. Or you use a cisco guard ( it's usually alot more expensive but, really does the job ). And usually the datacenter which you are using as host are able to scan and have all the bad packet sending IPs banned. However, This specific russian botnet is using an UDP version, UDP's are alot harder to stop and can do some real damage. But yet again, not unstoppable. If an admin gives up, He's just being a lazy tard and this will just strenghten the botters alleged "power", It will at very least give these kids a bigger god complex.

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Ya'll are just straight up funny. DDoS is not in any way unstoppable. There are VERY many techniques in avoiding being null routed (the entire bandwith consumed).

For one if you have a website that's being ddosed, and it's going down. All you need to do is cache all the database connections. Therefore limiting the data transfer between the user and the server, This will force the DDoSer / attacker to have an enormous amount of bots to even be able to wtfpwn your websites bandwith. As when it comes to L2 Servers, to be able to stop a ddos attack you will either need a very dedicated admin with a HW firewall ( HW = Hardware ) that will be willing to monitor the attacks and IP ban all the bad packets. Or you use a cisco guard ( it's usually alot more expensive but, really does the job ). And usually the datacenter which you are using as host are able to scan and have all the bad packet sending IPs banned. However, This specific russian botnet is using an UDP version, UDP's are alot harder to stop and can do some real damage. But yet again, not unstoppable. If an admin gives up, He's just being a lazy tard and this will just strenghten the botters alleged "power", It will at very least give these kids a bigger god complex.

 

Nice.Those kids are very smart.

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