Wondering how to mitigate NTP amplification attack? We can help you.
An NTP amplification attack is a reflection-based volumetric distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack. In this attack, an attacker exploits a Network Time Protocol (NTP) server functionality in order to overwhelm a targeted network or server with an amplified amount of UDP traffic. This renders the target and its surrounding infrastructure inaccessible to regular traffic.
Here at Bobcares we often handle DOS attacks as a part of our Server Management Services.
Today let’s see some of the steps which our Support Engineers follow to mitigate this issue.