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Topic # 230546 28-Feb-2018 19:27
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As seen on seclists nanog and CERT NZ: "If you have not already seen it, experiences it, or read about it, working to head off another reflection DOS vector. This time it is memcached on port 11211 UDP & TCP. There are active exploits using these ports. Reflection attacks and the memcached is not new. We know how reflection attacks work (send a spoofed packet to a device and have it reflected back (yes please deploy source address validation and BCP 38)."





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  Reply # 1966085 28-Feb-2018 19:41
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It is amazing how many people don't secure their servers...





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  Reply # 1966308 1-Mar-2018 09:08
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Not sure why anyone would leave memcached open to the world.


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