Question

Received Abuse Complaint, What to Do

  • Posted on March 1, 2014
  • snaphowAsked by snaphow

Please review the following abuse complaint and provide us with a resolution:


Your IP/Machines ddos my network on LeaseWeb, WebTropia.

please advise me of posting on your part.

best regards Palumbo Patrizio Carmelo Maurizio.


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Hi, <br>You can check iptable logs for connection information. <br>You can also setup CSF firewall on your server and use it to block unwanted incoming and outgoing traffic. <br> <br>thank you

You should stop being part of a botnet that is DDoSing people. <br>Most likely your droplet has been compromised, so you need to check your droplet to see if you’ve been hacked, then fix it. <br>This usually involves blowing it away and restoring from known good backups <br>