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    Question Force player to leave

    I was just playing on a server, and i noticed someone forcing other people to leave by lagging them out or something. I remember seeing a thread here a while ago, but cant seem to find it!

    Please help!

    if you do!


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    try using the search function.


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    aIW or IW?



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    Quote Originally Posted by Moto View Post
    aIW or IW?
    Denial of service, it works for both =P
    Last edited by aIW|Convery; 05-20-2011 at 11:44 PM.

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    was he lagging out 1 person at a time, or the whole server at once?

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    just ddos an ip from the players?
    I love it when people keep their agreements /sarcasm ftw

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    Quote Originally Posted by XiTiXx View Post
    was he lagging out 1 person at a time, or the whole server at once?
    one person at a time.

    And I tried the search function, it only told me how to remove someone from Steam non-alter IW lobbys.

    and if I DDoS them, I lag out too.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Graham Cluley on sophos.com
    It's not pleasant to be on the receiving end of a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack.

    Malicious hackers can commandeer thousands of computers around the world, and order them to deluge a website with traffic - effectively clogging it up, preventing others from reaching the site, and bringing the website to its knees.

    As I've described before, DDoS attacks are the equivalent of "15 fat men trying to get through a revolving door at the same time" - nothing can move.

    In recent days a number of websites have been struck by DDoS attacks, seemingly co-ordinated by supporters of WikiLeaks against firms and websites who they feel have turned their back on the controversial whistle-blowing website.

    Most recently, internet users have been urged to voluntarily join a botnet, by downloading a DDoS attack tool called LOIC (the name stands for Low Orbit Ion Cannon, and you can read more about it in a detailed analysis by Sophos's Vanja Svajcer).

    My advice to you is to stay well away. Not only would you be foolish to run code on your computer which allows unknown parties to launch attacks against websites at a whim, but you should also understand the legal issues which surround participating in a denial-of-service attack.

    For instance, in the UK (where I am writing from today), anti-DDoS laws have been in place since 2006 and could result in you being sent to jail for up to ten years. Similar laws have also been present in Sweden since 2007.

    It's the same story in the USA, where they take a tough line on those who engage in denial-of-service attacks against websites. For instance, last year saw the jailing of a man who launched a DDoS attack against the Scientology website.

    And just last month, 23-year-old Mitchell L Frost, of Bellevue, Ohio, was given a 30 month prison sentence for a series of DDoS attacks he launched against the websites of high profile US right-wingers Bill O'Reilly, Ann Coulter and Rudy Giuliani.

    So, with that in mind, would it really be wise for you to volunteer to join a botnet which is participating in DDoS attacks? Normally botnets are comprised of the computers belonging to innocent people who have fallen foul of malicious hackers without their knowledge. But if you knowingly participate in a botnet and denial-of-service attack - well, that's a whole different ball game and unlikely to be looked upon kindly by the computer crime cops.

    The police may find it very difficult to identify the shady group of anonymous individuals who have co-ordinated the latest round of attacks against sites they don't consider pro-WikiLeaks, of course. But you would be crazy to give the authorities any reason to come knocking on your door. After all, someone might be looking for an easy poster-child to warn off others who might be tempted to assist in a distributed denial-of-service.
    So, I don't recommend doing it...


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    All it does is ban the players ip from your firewall, and he ends up getting kicked after 15~ seconds.(stands idle for that time)
    Its called MW2SA

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    This is just a waste of time. IF you don't like someone leave. Why go through all the trouble of lagging them out when they can rejoin in 2 seconds?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SkrilleX. View Post
    This is just a waste of time. IF you don't like someone leave. Why go through all the trouble of lagging them out when they can rejoin in 2 seconds?
    They can't, you ban their ips from your firewall. Until you click the 'unban all' button, they aren't gonna get in your lobby. And its extremelly easy, all you need is luck to be the host.

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    Changing your firewall and DDoSing.. because using the kick command is too mainstream..