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27.06.12 02:54:40 am
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Ahmad
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@user KiRa_3: It shows the location of your internet provider.
27.06.12 12:27:08 pm
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user Majatek has written:
And the point of DDoSing this website is?

In fact any website for that matter.

Lmao at their waste of time.

I can't laugh at this because my time was wasted with this as well. Also every second this website is down means less potential players. The damage caused with this is huge. Even for websites like Unreal Software.
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28.06.12 09:27:33 am
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Im no idea what webserver attacking.
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30.06.12 02:29:27 am
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user Regera has written:
Im no idea what webserver attacking.


Im no idea what you're trying to say.
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30.06.12 03:07:07 am
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@user Regera:

Think of this in real life.

You're in a supermarket waiting in line to checkout. Usually traffic is pretty smooth you can get your items though pretty fast.

One day, there is a massive sale, and everyone from your city goes to the market. Now when you're waiting in line it takes forever just to get through.

This is what a webserver attack is like, there are a lot of computers requesting unrealsoftware.de. Then when you try to access unrealsoftware it is really slow because unreal is too busy responding to the other computers.
01.07.12 07:05:18 am
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Wait,is it a Ddos attack or Blind SQL injection?
01.07.12 07:08:41 am
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PyKemis
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It was a ddos attack, these forums are pretty much protected from sql injections because DC took the time to manage get and post -- not to mention cookie and session variables.

I believe he used mysqli_real_escape_string.
01.07.12 12:06:03 pm
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Myself: i didnt know ur a filipino hahahha!
On-Topic: DC,is the website protected from XSS(Cross Site Scripting),Rainbow Flodding,Syn Packet Flooding,Session Hijacking, and Phishing?

I also heard that there are keyloggers crypted and binded on files without antivirus knowing it.Like dude,i scanned the keylogger with an antivirus and guess what?no threat found

but when i scanned it with KeyStroke Protector,what did u know?a keylogger!

Still On topic:Why would some person hack some this website?
01.07.12 01:12:45 pm
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I'm aware of threats like SQL injections and XSS and I programmed the website accordingly.

Some of the threats you named can not be eliminated. Phishing for example. The major weakness in phishing scenarios is basically always the user itself. It's not possible for me to stop others from creating cloned websites that request your login data. I can only tell users to be careful.
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18.07.12 09:46:56 am
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I think UnrealSoftware.de is under attacking every minutes and its only using DOS if someone using DDOS i think UnrealSoftware will be Shutdown if someone DDOS'sing UnrealSoftware cant hold milions of packets

DDoS = A distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack is one in which a multitude of compromised systems attack a single target, thereby causing denial of service for users of the targeted system. The flood of incoming messages to the target system essentially forces it to shut down, thereby denying service to the system to legitimate users.

In a typical DDoS attack, a hacker (or, if you prefer, cracker) begins by exploiting a vulnerability in one computer system and making it the DDoS master. It is from the master system that the intruder identifies and communicates with other systems that can be compromised. The intruder loads cracking tools available on the Internet on multiple -- sometimes thousands of -- compromised systems. With a single command, the intruder instructs the controlled machines to launch one of many flood attacks against a specified target. The inundation of packets to the target causes a denial of service.

While the press tends to focus on the target of DDoS attacks as the victim, in reality there are many victims in a DDoS attack -- the final target and as well the systems controlled by the intruder. Although the owners of co-opted computers are typically unaware that their computers have been compromised, they are nevertheless likely to suffer degradation of service and malfunction. Both owners and users of targeted sites are affected by a denial of service. Yahoo, Buy.com, RIAA and the United States Copyright Office are among the victims of DDoS attacks. DDoS attacks can also create more widespread disruption. In October 2010, for example, a massive DDoS attack took the entire country of Myanmar offline.

A computer under the control of an intruder is known as a zombie or bot. A group of co-opted computers is known as a botnet or a zombie army. Both Kaspersky Labs and Symantec have identified botnets -- not spam, viruses, or worms -- as the biggest threat to Internet security.


DoS = denial of service (DoS) If your favourite website is down, there’s a chance it’s suffering a Denial of Service (DoS) attack. This is more likely if the site is an online shop, a bookie or another site that relies financially on being online at all times.


Enemy at the gates
A DoS attack tries to make a web resource unavailable to its users by flooding the target URL with more requests than the server can handle. That means that during the attack period, regular traffic on the website will be either slowed down or completely interrupted.

A Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack is a DoS attack that comes from more than one source at the same time. A DDoS attack is typically generated using thousands (potentially hundreds of thousands) of unsuspecting zombie machines. The machines used in such attacks are collectively known as “botnets” and will have previously been infected with malicious software, so they can be remotely controlled by the attacker. According to research, tens of millions of computers are likely to be infected with botnet programs worldwide.

Cybercriminals use DoS attacks to extort money from companies that rely on their websites being accessible. But there have also been examples of legitimate businesses having paid underground elements of the Internet to help them cripple rival websites. In addition, cybercriminals combine DoS attacks and phishing to target online bank customers. They use a DoS attack to take down the bank's website and then send out phishing e-mails to direct customers to a fake emergency site instead.

DoS attacks have proven to be very profitable and are taking over the Internet. The Network Infrastructure Security Report points out that DDoS attacks have increased by 1000 per cent since 2005. 2010's biggest attack doubled in scale compared to 2009, with one attack in particular bombarding its target at 100 gigabits per second.


A new type of warfare
A WikiLeaks story from 2010 has redefined DDoS attacks as a legitimate form of protest. Computing expert Richard Stallman has gone on record saying DDoS attacks are "the Internet equivalent of a mass demonstration." Stallman defines such "demonstrations" as being separate from hacking or cracking, and compares them with harmless demonstrations that temporarily closed down several British stores recently, in order to highlight corporate tax evasion.

However, you should know that DDoS attacks are illegal under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act and can lead to prison time.

Furthermore, new factors that arise every day are making DDoS attacks a big concern, especially with the growth of high-speed fibre optic Internet connections and mobile computing devices.
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18.07.12 01:18:35 pm
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lol from where did you copy that? You should provide the source when copying stuff.

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A WikiLeaks story from 2010 has redefined DDoS attacks as a legitimate form of protest. Computing expert Richard Stallman has gone on record saying DDoS attacks are "the Internet equivalent of a mass demonstration."

Secretly hijacking PCs of others and letting them attack websites without their consent and knowledge is a mass demonstration? This guy is ridiculous. He might be right in scenarios where the people intentionally work together and attack together but I assume that nearly all DDoS attacks are performed with botnets.

Well.. this is going Off-Topic, sorry.
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18.07.12 09:59:24 pm
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yes DarkCorner i copy it and why? BTW! and i know in this forum have a hacker and secretly member on Anonymous and i think he is a sample! from attacking USGN am i Right
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18.07.12 10:18:36 pm
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We believe you because you're Russian.
18.07.12 10:20:56 pm
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user eXpLoit has written:
i know in this forum have a hacker and secretly member on Anonymous and i think he is a sample! from attacking USGN am i Right

Got to disappoint you - there are much more than you think, but none of them are responsible for this (at least as far as I know). Also this is outdated, you should not bump this, will attract more people asking what is DDoS and stuff like that. That will later make another huge wave of spam.
18.07.12 11:05:19 pm
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I like his name.
18.07.12 11:06:57 pm
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user BlueGums has written:
I like his name.


I like his contact data.
18.07.12 11:10:06 pm
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I just love his country.
18.07.12 11:16:28 pm
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BlueGums
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Inb4 it turns out he's a dumbass br kid.
18.07.12 11:17:50 pm
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Well yea, implying that true Anonymous is very small group of hackers. No way he is one of them (us, if anonymous is used as someone who surfs 4chan).
19.07.12 12:07:27 am
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Random off-topic spam. Closed.
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