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September 09, 2011, 08:36:41 AM
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Hello, I think this should be stickied so any person wanting to make a site can auto block these IP addresses. I will start the list!
Just post the IP and pm me so I can add it to the main post.

IP - Date Submitted
222.18.41.243 - Sept. 9 2011
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September 09, 2011, 12:22:30 PM
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It's useless. It's impossible to manage and impossible to check (how do I know you're not evil and just want to block a good guy?). And for an attacker it's trivial to change IPs and DOS you again. And the fun begins when you're getting a DDOS. What are you going to block, the whole Internet? Smiley
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September 09, 2011, 08:36:17 PM
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We experience DDOS's at least twice a week.  We also noticed most Tor traffic is malicious.  If you would like to know how we handle the Tor blocking we are willing to share that just send us a message.
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September 11, 2011, 10:40:29 PM
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We experience DDOS's at least twice a week.  We also noticed most Tor traffic is malicious.  If you would like to know how we handle the Tor blocking we are willing to share that just send us a message.

sign up to cloudflare and have them clean traffic before returning it to your site
helps cut down 99% of DDOS and SQL attacks
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September 14, 2011, 05:28:40 AM
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Hello, I think this should be stickied so any person wanting to make a site can auto block these IP addresses. I will start the list!
Just post the IP and pm me so I can add it to the main post.

IP - Date Submitted
222.18.41.243 - Sept. 9 2011

Most people will be using I2P or TOR to disguise their traffic, you should just employ the use of the EFNet RBL, a blacklist containing open proxies, spam clients, trojan clients, and TOR proxies.

[Edit: and contribute to it, it's more encompassing already than your one IP address.]

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September 14, 2011, 09:30:10 AM
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Hello, I think this should be stickied so any person wanting to make a site can auto block these IP addresses. I will start the list!
Just post the IP and pm me so I can add it to the main post.

IP - Date Submitted
222.18.41.243 - Sept. 9 2011

Most people will be using I2P or TOR to disguise their traffic, you should just employ the use of the EFNet RBL, a blacklist containing open proxies, spam clients, trojan clients, and TOR proxies.

[Edit: and contribute to it, it's more encompassing already than your one IP address.]
I have about 30 ip addresses now but decided not to post them. I decided to use the cloudflare system, seems to works exactly as I need it.
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September 14, 2011, 11:58:29 AM
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We experience DDOS's at least twice a week.  We also noticed most Tor traffic is malicious.  If you would like to know how we handle the Tor blocking we are willing to share that just send us a message.

sign up to cloudflare and have them clean traffic before returning it to your site
helps cut down 99% of DDOS and SQL attacks


Never heard of them.  Interesting company.  Thanks.
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September 14, 2011, 01:46:34 PM
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Hello, I think this should be stickied so any person wanting to make a site can auto block these IP addresses. I will start the list!
Just post the IP and pm me so I can add it to the main post.

IP - Date Submitted
222.18.41.243 - Sept. 9 2011

Most people will be using I2P or TOR to disguise their traffic, you should just employ the use of the EFNet RBL, a blacklist containing open proxies, spam clients, trojan clients, and TOR proxies.

[Edit: and contribute to it, it's more encompassing already than your one IP address.]
I have about 30 ip addresses now but decided not to post them. I decided to use the cloudflare system, seems to works exactly as I need it.

CloudFlare is a GREAT solution if you want to avoid maintaining a blacklist yourself.

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