Best way to get foreign ISPs to shut down DDoS reflectors?
fhr at fhrnet.eu
Thu Apr 23 21:34:46 UTC 2020
Sounds like you'll need to talk to your upstreams if they can provide DDOS protection, alternatively look for remote DDOS protection options.
On 23 April 2020 11:30:36 pm GMT+02:00, Bottiger <bottiger10 at gmail.com> wrote:
>We are unable to upgrade our bandwidth in those areas. There are no
>providers within our budget there at the moment. Surely there must be
>way to get them to respond.
>On Thu, Apr 23, 2020 at 2:23 PM Siyuan Miao <aveline at misaka.io> wrote:
>> It won't work.
>> Get a good DDoS protection and forget about it.
>> On Fri, Apr 24, 2020 at 5:17 AM Bottiger <bottiger10 at gmail.com>
>>> Is there a guide on how to get foreign ISPs to shut down reflectors
>>> in DDoS attacks?
>>> I've tried sending emails listed under abuse contacts for their
>>> registries. Either there is none listed, the email is full, email
>>> exist, or they do not reply. Same results when sending to whatever
>>> email they have listed.
>>> Example Networks:
>>> CLARO S.A.
>>> China Telecom
>>> Korea Telecom
Sent from my mobile device. Please excuse my brevity.
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