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NTP amplification attack

This article will guide you on steps to mitigate this #NTP amplification attack. An Amplification Attack is any attack where an attacker is able to use an amplification factor to multiply its power. Examples of #amplification #attacks include Smurf Attacks (ICMP amplification), Fraggle Attacks (#UDP amplification), and DNS Amplification.

DNS flood is a type of Distributed Denial of Service (#DDoS) attack in which the attacker targets one or more Domain Name System (#DNS) servers belonging to a given zone, attempting to hamper resolution of resource records of that zone and its sub-zones.

To harden your DNS server:

1. Audit your DNS zones. First things first.

2. Keep your DNS servers up-to-date.

3. Hide BIND version.

4. Restrict Zone Transfers.

5. Disable DNS recursion to prevent DNS poisoning attacks.

6. Use isolated DNS servers.

7. Use a DDOS mitigation provider.

8. Two-Factor Authentication.

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QUIC flood DDoS attack

This article will guide you on how to prevent your #Servers from #QUIC #DDOS #Attacks which is capable of overwhelming a targeted server with unwanted #UDP packets. QUIC uses UDP, but a QUIC flood is not necessarily the same as a UDP flood.

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