Website IP under attack

Thank you @Oxy for taking charge and creating this topic!

We don’t know. It’s always hard to figure that out. The first D in DDoS is for Distributed, meaning the attack is coming from many sources at once. At some times, you can find certain networks or botnets to be the source of the attack, but then you still don’t know who actually set that botnet to attack our servers.


I am under too, my website is , please help Admin.

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:thinking: I hope the problem will be solved. Maybe you can transfer the down IP to another IP address
this website is also down.
is this IP also blocked?
is there any way to access my files?
because I cant access my ftp or the file manager to access them.

The person in this post says they are

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he is just a stupid person , ddos attacks willbe stopped once his money is depleted in ddos services.

Yeah, if you got suspended then just move to a new hosting provider. You didn’t have to ruin it for everyone on this IP Address (and have a big chance of going to jail or getting fined bad).

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What is even more stupid is he is posting a post talking about it. Like if you really want to DDos attack someone then keep it a secret.

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Tbh he will get arrested - that is illegal xd


The listed IP address is still down. We don’t know when it will be back up.

To respond to some of the messages here.

That IP address is the IP address of the FTP server. Please login to the client area and find the Website IP listed there.

This outage is only an attack on the website IP address. phpMyAdmin, FTP and the file manager are unaffected, so you can move your own website to another account (and therefore IP address) if you want to.

If you’re having problems accessing FTP or the file manager, please try the instructions from this guide Help, I cannot connect to FTP - Docs - InfinityFree Forum . If that doesn’t work, please create a new topic and describe the issue there.

Typically, an IP address isn’t down because the IP address is being attacked, but because a website on that IP address is the target of the attack (and all the other sites are just collateral damage). So moving all sites to another IP address would also move the attack target to the new IP address, meaning the attack moves to the new IP address too.

So all-in-all, moving to a different IP address probably doesn’t provide any benefit.

And when the attack does end, then people who use their own nameservers still need to manually update their DNS settings to the new IP address, so there is a clear downside to moving the IP.


“That IP address is the IP address of the FTP server. Please login to the client area and find the Website IP listed there.”
hear it is

“create a new topic and describe the issue there.”
I didn’t got any reply I did it 2 times.
the first time the post got deleted
and the second time
got a reply about my website but not the ftp or file manager.

I tryed the things the guide menschened
but it didn’t solve it

I migrated my site to different account but it is still not loading. My IP now is on
same site

My site IP also, it’s also down for 2-3 days

Please note that there is another pinned topic about that IP address: Website IPs and are down

Those are also down because of that outage.

I don’t know what you did, but it’s still on the same IP and (as far as I can tell) the same account.

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I transferred back to the same account because I was having a hard time migrating to another account. My website works however, everything is slow.

I just checked the IP address, it looks like it has been up already since the 14th of June. I’m sorry for not updating this topic before, but everything seems to be resolved for this IP.


Ok, I am happy for this notice, now we can continue to use our websites on that ip