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UDP flood attacks from certain Machines

Posted on 2016-09-15
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Router shows some UDP flood attacks logs from certain machines. What are the things can check?
For chrome://net-internals/#quic , based on statistics which are the fields related to possibly on YouTube viewing?
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Can you define UDP flood somehow? Port numbers involved?
RTSP video stream can make such indication loggin choke.
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The udp flood attacks appear to come from those machines whereby users tend to view YouTube videos
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Flash uses RTSP over UDP to play videos. Though not much should be coming FROM your users machines.
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Looks like it's YouTube viewing causing a lot of UDP attacks
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