Malicious traffic from aws becoming more common?

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"IP" "54.173.210.252" "154.12.244.43" "123.136.113.101" "123.136.113.100" "3.92.214.248" "44.202.54.57" "44.222.237.246" "44.204.211.215" "44.200.236.104" "44.202.223.35" "52.23.236.44" "3.93.220.184" "34.238.247.96" "44.222.154.174" "34.230.61.40" "44.204.218.159" "44.199.183.41" "54.163.118.83" "3.82.152.68" "44.201.41.233" "18.212.38.182" "3.215.181.120" "3.83.102.39" "18.204.211.90" "44.197.229.172" "35.170.66.20" "3.236.199.203" "3.239.164.26" "93.115.20.235" "58.71.136.52" "202.75.146.34" "3.85.34.156" "58.71.132.51" "144.91.124.232" "35.171.133.96" "54.144.127.21" "44.198.177.157" "18.206.136.169" "54.88.43.34" "54.197.39.136" "3.90.11.255" "44.211.58.222" "3.87.185.150" "3.83.162.34" "3.233.222.233" "54.145.134.205" "44.214.135.1" "34.239.228.250" "44.222.154.105" "3.89.90.72" "44.213.132.76" "44.193.72.87" "3.95.155.10" "3.227.245.206" "3.91.152.191" "44.204.113.234" "54.204.240.135" "159.65.135.164" "185.225.28.10" "195.181.161.5" "149.34.242.251" "188.213.34.43" "191.96.168.27" "188.213.34.38" "122.177.49.177" "34.207.92.183" "3.231.209.176" "3.84.221.154" "44.201.138.41" "34.205.144.4" "44.203.239.53" "44.211.168.192" "34.227.17.33" "44.222.235.158" "3.83.89.133" "54.211.122.88" "3.238.91.181" "52.201.219.30" "44.203.162.119" "44.202.204.22" "44.205.10.191" "54.89.89.235" "54.88.106.136" "3.86.26.214" "3.239.79.64" "18.204.198.59" "44.222.76.88" "223.235.129.200" "3.85.59.252" "223.235.23.151" "171.50.149.0" "106.202.217.52" "182.77.27.189" "223.229.204.64" "117.99.235.133" "182.68.141.82" "44.197.181.109" "34.239.1.112" "44.210.137.134" "44.195.1.105"

these IP's at 18:00 attempted a ddos but look as though a child was behind a keyboard. just annoying at this point but its escalating. does AWS take abuse reports seriously?

tm86
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answered 2 months ago
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  • Tried that 🙄. All those IPs aren't from Amazon but most are. Ill keep battling through the storm ☔.

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