Re: ServerBeach Linux Ares DOS attack

From: Ty Heath <ty.heath_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 11 Jul 2007 02:34:05 -0700

Interesting, I don't think that those IPs have ever been used for
protection so its odd they are getting attacked. I guess we should
get new IPs? I got the Linux client back online today so I'm ready
to use those servers as soon as we can bring them back online in a
usable state.

Ty

On Jul 10, 2007, at 8:40 PM, Ben Grodsky wrote:

> Ty,
>
> All your server beach servers have been null routed because they're
> getting a DOS attack right now. What would you like us to do?
>
> -Ben
> From: www-data on behalf of abuse_at_tickets.serverbeach.com
> Sent: Tue 10-Jul-07 20:34
> To: dedicated
> Subject: [serverbeach.com #725860] #19434-32 ServerBeach AUP
> Suspension
>
> Hello Ben Grodsky,
>
> The following server has been suspended for violating our
> Acceptable Use Policy:
>
> Server: #19434-32
> Primary IP: 66.135.48.71
>
> Your server is currently the target of a large Denial of Service
> attack, which leaves us no option but to null route your IP
> address. The incoming DoS attack was negatively affecting our other
> customers. Our network team is monitoring the traffic created by
> the attack and will bring your system up when it has subsided. Keep
> in mind, if it becomes the target of another DoS attack, we will
> have to take it offline once again. We apologize for any
> inconveniences, but the Abuse Department must protect the integrity
> of our network. Please update this ticket if you have any questions.
>
> Regards,
> ServerBeach Abuse Team
>
Received on Fri Sep 14 2007 - 10:55:55 BST

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