New Active Exploit: memcached on port 11211 UDP & TCP being exploited for reflection attacks
Jean | ddostest.me
jean at ddostest.me
Wed Feb 28 12:01:34 UTC 2018
I ran a full scan of the internet with zmap to find vulnerable memcached
servers from an AWS server. AWS received an abuse report and forwarded
it to me.
I deleted the VM and the case was close...
OVH Is not dumb. Do you know how easy it is to deploy a VM today with
all the automated frameworks?
On 02/28/2018 06:51 AM, Rich Kulawiec wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 28, 2018 at 12:29:54AM +0000, Filip Hruska wrote:
>> OVH is one of the largest server providers in the world - of course they will be at the top of that list.
> Of course not. The larger an operation, the greater its responsibility
> to the rest of the Internet -- because the more damage it can and will do
> if it's not professionally operated. Moreover, the larger the operation
> the easier abuse control is and the less tolerance any of us should have
> for failure. I don't want to hear any clueless whining from ignorant
> newbies about how-oh-so-terribly-hard-it-is-with-a-billion-users. If you
> don't know how run it, or you're too lazy, cheap, and stupid to run it,
> you should never have built it: you're simply not good enough.
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