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    Zombie dDOS attack on my domains

    I have 4 domains under heavy dDOS attack for the last 3 years. Someone included my domains in a virus that infected thousands of machines all over the world.
    The infected machines request 4-5 specific files from my domains. Is there a way to block those specific requests, without affecting the others?
    I am using shared hosting and so far 5 companies rejected my domains, after trying to host them for a while.
    Thanks!

  2. #2
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    try upgrading a dedicated server and get a wolverine firewall, I can personally vouche for those.
    Dave Parish
    (727)755-4033

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    i know with wolverine there is a slew of different protocols that you can block or set limits on, you can block ping requests, or if someone tries lets say an icmp flood you can set the threshold to 2 so if you get 2 pings in 1 second then it will automatically start blocking all traffic from that IP.
    Dave Parish
    (727)755-4033

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    wolverine on shared host?

    Sounds good. But, are there any shared hosts that allow that kind of specific blocking? Is there such a thing as a shared wolverine?

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