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Regarding Recent Connection Issues

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Carmen Electra
Dread Knights Holding
Dread Knights
#21 - 2014-09-22 18:16:42 UTC
Thx for the update
Igorat Merakon
Caldari Provisions
Caldari State
#22 - 2014-09-22 18:17:11 UTC
Doesn't really matter to me, game is still awesome.

Thanks for everything, CCP. :) Keep it up, guys <3
MIRMIDON
V0y4g3rs
#23 - 2014-09-22 18:17:20 UTC
Falcon your response time is marvelous. You need a brake.....Big smile
Dirk Decibel
Pator Tech School
Minmatar Republic
#24 - 2014-09-22 18:17:24 UTC
Damn you scriptkiddies!!1! DAMN YOU ALL TO HELL!1!11! Lol

Can't we immunize the hamsters with some sort of vaccine or something? I mean, they must already be pretty autistic seeing the nature of their work so it wouldn't do any harm even if the anti-vax-wackos were right. Lol
Xtreem
Knockaround Guys Inc.
#25 - 2014-09-22 18:18:41 UTC
managed to get in for a few seconds, my golem got out in structure, yay! :-)

oh and then i got dc again
Lasairiona Raske
Itsukame-Zainou Hyperspatial Inquiries Ltd.
Arataka Research Consortium
#26 - 2014-09-22 18:19:49 UTC
It's been happening to me about the same time every day. Weird.

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Bro Tatoe
Doomheim
#27 - 2014-09-22 18:20:42 UTC  |  Edited by: Bro Tatoe
Out of curiousity what exactly do you do to the people that do these DDOS attacks? Is it illegal and if so do you report them? Is there any way of finding who they are?

Also if i lose a ship due to these issues will it be replaced or will i get the "Our logs dont show anything" answer?
Algarion Getz
Aideron Corp
#28 - 2014-09-22 18:21:00 UTC
Meh. Pls falcon punch the "hackers" when you find them.
ripper1 Tivianne
Dreadnoughtz Conclave
Requiem Eternal
#29 - 2014-09-22 18:22:44 UTC
up and running now,Lol
Nalia White
Tencus
#30 - 2014-09-22 18:23:54 UTC
well it was obvious there is a ddos series ongoing. i played 3 years without any disconnects (except the one time a glass fell on the internet router from my desk lol)

i also have the same suspicion as many here who could be behind this... let's prepare the pitchforks!!!!

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Celly S
Neutin Local LLC
#31 - 2014-09-22 18:27:19 UTC
As a Technician IRL, this has shown several signs of a DDOS and I have stated as much in my comments on FB.

Frustrating as it is, keep up the good work guys

o/
Celly Smunt

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Grace Chang
Tyrannis Enterprises
#32 - 2014-09-22 18:27:42 UTC
Bro Tatoe wrote:
Out of curiousity what exactly do you do to the people that do these DDOS attacks? Is it illegal and if so do you report them? Is there any way of finding who they are?

Also if i lose a ship due to these issues will it be replaced or will i get the "Our logs dont show anything" answer?


Usually you can do jack ****. DDoS attacks used to be mainly carried out via so called "amplifiers", i.e. where a reply in a protocol design was much higher then a request. Combined with spoofed IP src addresses you could use that to run DDoS attacks (earliest variant as far as i recall was so called "smurf attack", which used ICMP on broadcast addresses). Nowadays you just need little $ to rent a bunch of russian botnets. There is little you can do as an individual, backbone network providers and software providers can do something about it, but even they have a tough time. And yes, it is my job to know this :)
Lan Wang
Knights of the Posing Meat
#33 - 2014-09-22 18:30:11 UTC
Can we haz free stuffs?

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Vincent Athena
Photosynth
#34 - 2014-09-22 18:30:19 UTC
The only ones who should pay of a reimbursement are those doing the DDOS attack.

No one else.

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Canenald
Dreddit
Test Alliance Please Ignore
#35 - 2014-09-22 18:32:54 UTC
Grace Chang wrote:

Usually you can do jack ****. DDoS attacks used to be mainly carried out via so called "amplifiers", i.e. where a reply in a protocol design was much higher then a request. Combined with spoofed IP src addresses you could use that to run DDoS attacks (earliest variant as far as i recall was so called "smurf attack", which used ICMP on broadcast addresses). Nowadays you just need little $ to rent a bunch of russian botnets. There is little you can do as an individual, backbone network providers and software providers can do something about it, but even they have a tough time. And yes, it is my job to know this :)


You just read up on it, didn't you?
anthie
Stars in No Sky
#36 - 2014-09-22 18:33:43 UTC
Grace Chang wrote:
Bro Tatoe wrote:
Out of curiousity what exactly do you do to the people that do these DDOS attacks? Is it illegal and if so do you report them? Is there any way of finding who they are?

Also if i lose a ship due to these issues will it be replaced or will i get the "Our logs dont show anything" answer?


Usually you can do jack ****. DDoS attacks used to be mainly carried out via so called "amplifiers", i.e. where a reply in a protocol design was much higher then a request. Combined with spoofed IP src addresses you could use that to run DDoS attacks (earliest variant as far as i recall was so called "smurf attack", which used ICMP on broadcast addresses). Nowadays you just need little $ to rent a bunch of russian botnets. There is little you can do as an individual, backbone network providers and software providers can do something about it, but even they have a tough time. And yes, it is my job to know this :)



Somewhat correct :-)

And yes its my job to know this.
Grace Chang
Tyrannis Enterprises
#37 - 2014-09-22 18:33:50 UTC
Canenald wrote:
Grace Chang wrote:

Usually you can do jack ****. DDoS attacks used to be mainly carried out via so called "amplifiers", i.e. where a reply in a protocol design was much higher then a request. Combined with spoofed IP src addresses you could use that to run DDoS attacks (earliest variant as far as i recall was so called "smurf attack", which used ICMP on broadcast addresses). Nowadays you just need little $ to rent a bunch of russian botnets. There is little you can do as an individual, backbone network providers and software providers can do something about it, but even they have a tough time. And yes, it is my job to know this :)


You just read up on it, didn't you?


No.
Triturus Alpestris
Bad Taste.
#38 - 2014-09-22 18:34:35 UTC
Wow, this is sad. :/
Ryan Paladin
Reckless-Endangerment
Intergalactic Space Hobos
#39 - 2014-09-22 18:35:07 UTC
I was going to say "X group must be mad" but when I started thinking about it half of Eve is butt hurt enough at any given moment to do this...
Obsidian Hawk
RONA Midgard Academy
RONA Directorate
#40 - 2014-09-22 18:35:58 UTC
Let's see who is mad this time.


CCP You should just make the Volcanoes erupt as revenge.

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