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It was developed to detect abusive usage levels on high traffic nameservers and to enable quick response in halting the use of one's nameserver to facilitate spam. It uses libpcap (in non-promiscuous mode) to monitor incoming dns queries to a nameserver. The tool may be run in one of two modes, either daemon mode or "bindsnap" mode. In daemon mode, the tool will alarm via syslog. In bindsnap mode, the user is able to get near-real-time stats on usage to aid in more detailed troubleshooting.
DNS FLood Detector 1.12 Dennis Opacki email@example.com What is DNS Flood Detector? DNS Flood Detector was developed to detect abusive usage levels on high traffic nameservers and to enable quick response to the use of one's nameserver to facilitate spam. DNS Flood Detector is distributed under the Gnu Public License (see included LICENSE file for details). How does it work? DNS Fl more»
DNS-FLOOD-DETECTOR(8) dns flood detection tool DNS-FLOOD-DETECTOR(8) NAME DNS-FLOOD-DETECTOR - dns flood detection and alert tool SYNOPSIS dns-flood-detector [-b|-d] [-v] [-h] [-i device] [-t n] [-a n] [-w n] [-x n] [-m n] DESCRIPTION DNS Flood Detector was developed to detect abusive usage lev‐ els on high traffic nameservers and to enable quick resp more»
dns-flood-detector (1.12-7) unstable; urgency=low * Add trailing trunk/ at Vcs-Svn-field * Updating standards version to 3.9.3, no changes needed * Switch over to packaging format 3.0 (quit) (closes: #664409) * Remove build-dependency of dpatch * Use dh_prep instead of dh_clean -k * Add build-arch and build-indep targets to debian/rules -- Jan Wagner <firstname.lastname@example.org> Thu, 29 Mar more»
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