Re: -Crawl- making progress and a few questions
> Question: Is there any spoiler out there that lists the attacks of
> monsters (poison, draining, mutation, ...) rather than (or in addition
> to) numbers of HP, damage, etc? I'm really much more interested in this
> more hands-on information. I did search the source but didn't find
> anything comprehensive in that respect, though I did learn that a
> couple of critters are regenerating which is certainly good to know.
I don't think it lists special attacks, but
is the best list that I know of.
- Re: Poll on server attacks
... for massive attacks on some services like Asterisk. ... evaluating closing off many other blocks from other lists as well. ... a few servers! ... server farms have to through every day, and the enormous costs the ...
- Poll on server attacks
... for massive attacks on some services like Asterisk. ... evaluating closing off many other blocks from other lists as well. ... My question is are any of you following up on US, Canadian, and European ISPs? ... a few servers! ...
- [REVS] Denial of Service via Algorithmic Complexity Attacks
... both binary trees and hash tables can degenerate to linked lists with ... demonstrate attacks against the hash table implementations in two versions ... Bro server to its knees; after six minutes of carefully chosen packets, ...
- Re: Reading from a file (c++, contains code, longish)
... struct, it isn't meaningful to just write the pointer values to disk. ... I'm using lists for floor inv, actor inv, and the priority queue right ... monsters with the attacks. ... The non-display portion of letterhunt ...
- Re: Infiltration of ISP providers by crackers.
... my IPS/IDS has a good list of 'not-to-block' IP addresses and whatever else outside this IP list attacks any service is blocked. ... Most good IPS/IDS vendors also provide near real-time lists of network blocks, especially from countries with large ISP segments that typically consist of various classes of IP blocks for home DSL/dialup customers, where most of the compromised PCs serve botnets and malicious scripters. ... Apparently some of these crackers own ... even their ISP providers --or worse, some ISP providers may be ...