A Beginners Guide To Protecting Your IP (Address)

What is an IP Address?

What is a DDoS Attack?

How easy is it to DDoS?

Am I Under a DoS Attack?

  • First, you are going to open command prompt
  • We are then going to attempt to ping a website

How Does Someone Get My IP?

Method 1: Ping

Method 2: Skype

Method 3: VoIP Clients

This image is what a users client info would look like in a teamspeak 3 server that allows you to view all of the client connection info (which is default) (I have erased obviously my client and server address but you would usually see an IP there)

Method 4: Game Servers

Method 5: IP Grabbers

Method 6: Email Header

Method 7: Database Leaks

Who is Targeting Me?

How Do I Protect Myself?

Method 1: Skype Specific Protection

Method 2: VoIP Client Specific Protection

Method 3: IP Grabber Specific Protection

Method 4: Game Server Specific Protection

Method 5: VPN

Method 6: Discord

Method 7: Blocking a DoS Attack

  • ipconfig /release
  • ipconfig /renew

Final Thoughts

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Do you know how much of your personal information is floating around?

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Information Security 101

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Do you know how much of your personal information is floating around?

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