Thanks for your reply. Surely virgin media have a duty to do something about DDOS attacks. I have network logs from the periods I suspect the attacks were taking place, however the attacker is not going to be careless and get caught so likely he is hiding behind a VPN so tracing may be impossible.
What am I meant to do? Just put up with the attacks and disruption to a paid service I am not receiving? Changing IP is the only sure way to stop a DDOS attack. Virgin need to take this more seriously., there are some seriously disturbed people out there who will DDOS you for merely being better than them on an on-line game.
Do you know if it is possible to use MAC cloning to change your IP?
They get IP from multiplayer on-line gaming. Have tried to avoid them for months but proving to be impossible. I've enabled DDOS protection on router but it does not seem to help..
I know it is a DDOS /DOS attack of some type because they threatened to do it and then it happens - no coincidence - normally happens after they have lost a game to me. I called virgin media they said no issue with internet in my area, all looks fine in router light on as normal and yet whole internet down.
I can't exactly post wireshark logs here and I don't see an option to post them in report abuse section when submitting a report...
Extremely frustrating, DOS attacks are illegal and I want this individual punished.