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February 16, 2013, 05:57:51 AM
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So is anything being done about this attack? I havent mine TRC in more than a day....

To be honest the only solution is to wait. Attackers paid for certain amount of "ddosing time". We have to wait until they run out of money. Otherwise we have to buy ddos protection which would cost us much more that attackers paid. It is sad but it is true.
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ISP doesn't help a lot. They are periodically disconnecting our server from internet because they are "protecting" their network.


I'm completely ignorant on how much this kind of stuff costs.  How much would you "wild ballpark guess" that a DDOS like this would cost, and how much would the DDOS protection cost? And who would you pay the DDOS protection cost to?  Your server hosting company?


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February 16, 2013, 09:31:00 AM
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So is anything being done about this attack? I havent mine TRC in more than a day....

To be honest the only solution is to wait. Attackers paid for certain amount of "ddosing time". We have to wait until they run out of money. Otherwise we have to buy ddos protection which would cost us much more that attackers paid. It is sad but it is true.
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ISP doesn't help a lot. They are periodically disconnecting our server from internet because they are "protecting" their network.


I'm completely ignorant on how much this kind of stuff costs.  How much would you "wild ballpark guess" that a DDOS like this would cost, and how much would the DDOS protection cost? And who would you pay the DDOS protection cost to?  Your server hosting company?


https://encrypted.google.com/search?as_q=DDOS%20protection%20cost&lr=lang_en-CA&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8

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February 16, 2013, 09:53:35 AM
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I'm completely ignorant on how much this kind of stuff costs.  How much would you "wild ballpark guess" that a DDOS like this would cost, and how much would the DDOS protection cost? And who would you pay the DDOS protection cost to?  Your server hosting company?

In simple words, you can afford DDoS protection if your site earns you a few hundred dollars a month.
Cloudflare (which BTC-E uses now) offers DDoS protection woth plans starting $200 a month

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February 16, 2013, 10:25:34 AM
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I'm completely ignorant on how much this kind of stuff costs.  How much would you "wild ballpark guess" that a DDOS like this would cost, and how much would the DDOS protection cost? And who would you pay the DDOS protection cost to?  Your server hosting company?

In simple words, you can afford DDoS protection if your site earns you a few hundred dollars a month.
Cloudflare (which BTC-E uses now) offers DDoS protection woth plans starting $200 a month

Assuming "few" means "5", I think you have to earn a bit more then a few hundred dollars a month to make a $200 a month plan viable. Considering DDOS won't be constant, it might make more sense just to bite the bullet and suffer for one week every few months or so rather then pay the protection.

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February 16, 2013, 11:03:33 AM
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I'm completely ignorant on how much this kind of stuff costs.  How much would you "wild ballpark guess" that a DDOS like this would cost, and how much would the DDOS protection cost? And who would you pay the DDOS protection cost to?  Your server hosting company?


$200 dollars wouldn't get you much protection tbh, in fact $400 dollars would only get you slight protection, if you wanted something quite substantial like 10gbps of sin flood filtering then you would either need good friends or very deep pockets, 50+gbps and I think you would need the annual turnover of a large corporation to justify the cost.
As a quite rough rule of thumb if you say $1/month per 1mbps of protection might give you an idea of the sort of cost involved.

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February 16, 2013, 04:53:54 PM
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Dear Mr. Coinotron!
OK, ddos = site is not working.
But can you send confirmated NVC that I was mining whole day?
I am waiting for your payment 2 days yet!
Аutomatic payments in my account are enabled.

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February 16, 2013, 06:33:05 PM
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Dear Mr. Coinotron!
OK, ddos = site is not working.
But can you send confirmated NVC that I was mining whole day?
I am waiting for your payment 2 days yet!
Аutomatic payments in my account are enabled.

I'm not sure if Coinotron ever got around to even enabling the NVC payouts before the DDOS hit.  Someone correct me if I'm wrong. 

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February 16, 2013, 06:35:39 PM
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I'm completely ignorant on how much this kind of stuff costs.  How much would you "wild ballpark guess" that a DDOS like this would cost, and how much would the DDOS protection cost? And who would you pay the DDOS protection cost to?  Your server hosting company?


$200 dollars wouldn't get you much protection tbh, in fact $400 dollars would only get you slight protection, if you wanted something quite substantial like 10gbps of sin flood filtering then you would either need good friends or very deep pockets, 50+gbps and I think you would need the annual turnover of a large corporation to justify the cost.
As a quite rough rule of thumb if you say $1/month per 1mbps of protection might give you an idea of the sort of cost involved.


Thanks man.  This is the kind of information you can't get by typing in ddos+protection+cost into Google.   Grin 

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February 17, 2013, 07:06:45 AM
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I'm completely ignorant on how much this kind of stuff costs.  How much would you "wild ballpark guess" that a DDOS like this would cost, and how much would the DDOS protection cost? And who would you pay the DDOS protection cost to?  Your server hosting company?

In simple words, you can afford DDoS protection if your site earns you a few hundred dollars a month.
Cloudflare (which BTC-E uses now) offers DDoS protection woth plans starting $200 a month

$200 and they are still down

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February 17, 2013, 07:54:57 AM
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i just receive an LTC payment from coinotron! thus i wonder if it is down or it has new url?
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February 17, 2013, 11:10:56 AM
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i just receive an LTC payment from coinotron! thus i wonder if it is down or it has new url?

Still down.

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February 17, 2013, 12:56:59 PM
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$200 and they are still down
Works for me. Make sure you cleared your hosts file (if you ever modified it).

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February 17, 2013, 01:13:22 PM
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That's funny since it doesn't work for anyone, including the owner

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February 17, 2013, 02:53:28 PM
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That's funny since it doesn't work for anyone, including the owner
the post was about btc-e....

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February 17, 2013, 03:56:43 PM
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Funny, cuz this forum is about Coinotron and he wasn't referring to BTC-e as being down, only that they purchased DDOS protection

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February 17, 2013, 07:30:04 PM
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Funny, cuz this forum is about Coinotron and he wasn't referring to BTC-e as being down, only that they purchased DDOS protection
I'm completely ignorant on how much this kind of stuff costs.  How much would you "wild ballpark guess" that a DDOS like this would cost, and how much would the DDOS protection cost? And who would you pay the DDOS protection cost to?  Your server hosting company?

In simple words, you can afford DDoS protection if your site earns you a few hundred dollars a month.
Cloudflare (which BTC-E uses now) offers DDoS protection woth plans starting $200 a month

$200 and they are still down
How can it be interpreted? I said BTC-E used cloudflare. Coinotron doesn't use any protection at all.
Anything is clear to me. Maybe you just can keep feeling funny without writing pointless posts?  Roll Eyes

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February 18, 2013, 11:14:51 AM
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coinotron alive

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February 18, 2013, 12:27:53 PM
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LTC stratum is down. LP working but stratum not yet.

swiching back to my fav pool !!!!

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February 18, 2013, 12:31:56 PM
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Pool (getwork and stratum) is up and running
I apologize for any inconvenience caused by this ddos attack.

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February 18, 2013, 01:25:36 PM
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coinotron
the rewards for shares isn't displayed for NVC (10 shares already counted)
displayed only Hashrate and Estimated coins/day
http://s019.radikal.ru/i616/1302/cf/bf7d321061ca.jpg

UPD: very slowly updated stats - 5 minutes of the 10 shares only shows 2.

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