What do you do?

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  1. Owyr
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    What do you do when you get ddos'd?

    Please comment or help people, or me.
     
  2. Quad
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    Get a VPN, or ddos them back. I prefer the second option ;)
     
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  3. Owyr
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    Haha. but i swore to my self to never ddos :D
     
  4. Owyr
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    Wanna play cs:go later ?
     
  5. Quad
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    Yeah just hit me up on skype
     
  6. Quad
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    MSG me on skype about this :)
     
  7. Owyr
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    Not skype but ill start convo with u on the website. here
     
  8. Kyaaaal
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    If you are getting ddosed because this person knows your Skype username. Delete that account, change your ip address, then make another account. But if you getting dosed right now, I recommend unplugging your router for long enough that it resets your ip.
     
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  9. PiLe
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    Change your ip.
    Sign out of Skype.
    Make a new Skype not using your IGN or IRL name.
    Use a proxy(I just checked all these and they are working):
     
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  10. AnimeLover69
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    Do what the smart lady above me said cos she beat me to it.
    I would recommend not ddosing back tho :p.
     
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    I always forget about the use of a proxy when trying to help people. I too recommend using using one.
     
  12. Kyaaaal
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    As @DjRyan said, never ddos back, that will just cause yourself more trouble.
     
  13. Quad
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    Not if you hit them hard enough. Then they get scared and back off :t:
     
  14. elrak
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    When I get DDoSed I usually play around with my thumbs until my internet is back up. :write:
     
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    I eat cake by smashing my head into it and eating what gets stuck to my mouth. Happy days guys. Happy days. There never is happy days :eek:
     
  16. TheSlayer572
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    Don't ddos back. I got banned for ddos threats :p <3
     
  17. ImTopmass
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    How do I put a proxy on my Skype?
     
  18. PiLe
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    That takes a bit of explaining...
    Maybe screenshare with someone who can help you?
     
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    What is a proxy, and who do you use it?
     
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  20. Kyaaaal
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    Obviously stolen from Wiki.
    In computer networks, a proxy server is a server (a computer system or an application) that acts as an intermediary for requests from clients seeking resources from other servers. A client connects to the proxy server, requesting some service, such as a file, connection, web page, or other resource available from a different server and the proxy server evaluates the request as a way to simplify and control its complexity. Proxies were invented to add structure and encapsulation to distributed systems.[1]Today, most proxies are web proxies, facilitating access to content on the World Wide Web and providing anonymity.
     
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