anti-ddos test solutions ?

Guillaume FORTAINE gfortaine at live.com
Wed Mar 17 08:01:45 CDT 2010


Dear jul,

I would advise Breaking Point :

-News :

http://www.breakingpointsystems.com/news/press-releases/breakingpoint-distributed-denial-of-service-ddos-and-botnet-test-methodology-helps-networks-prepare-for-imminent-attack


-Methodology

http://www.breakingpointsystems.com/resources/testmethodologies/breakingpoint-ddos-botnet-testing-methodology


-Documentation :

http://docs.google.com/viewer?url=http://www.breakingpointsystems.com/resources/how-to-guides/simulating-distributed-denial-of-service.pdf



Best Regards,

Guillaume FORTAINE

On 03/17/2010 07:45 AM, jul wrote:
>  Hello nanogers,
>
>  Following the multiple thread on ddos attack, I was asking myself how
>  someone could test chosen solutions.
>  In most cases, you can't load your Internet access in the same way
>  attackers will (does someone have a botners with ten thousands computers
>  or more :) ?)
>  But a solution to test basic attack (synflood, slowloris, socktress,
>  ...) with 10 to hundred computers would be interesting, so not a tool
>  but more a service.
>
>  Found only Parabon [1] on Google
>
>  Does someone know something similar ?
>
>  Thanks
>  Best regards,
>
>  		Jul
>
>  Note: Please, don't forget this kind of public tests have some serious
>  legal impact and you need to have an agreement with your ISP/operators
>  to do it in most countries.
>  Note2: Google has a lot of answers. Most of them are about tool and
>  methodology, so not sure for a live test. I'm not looking for a lab
>  solution but real one with business acceptation (and a wise choice on
>  the hours of the test so front-end can be switch to "maintenance mode")
>
>  [1] New grid service simulates DDoS attacks, May 2009
>  http://www.computerworlduk.com/technology/security-products/business-continuity/news/index.cfm?newsId=14640
>
>
>
>






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