Black ops 2 ddos/booted offline

Im making this forum so when you get ddos/booted offline while in a live game you can come here and report the player you know was the one to hit you offline THEY SHOULD NOT BE ALOUD TO GET AWAY WITH THIS!!  

POST NAMES AND HOW YOU WAS BOOTED

 

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Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 5 Applies to:

The proper way to report players who ddos other is to use the tools on your console to file a complaint on the player. Posting names on the forums is not allowed. You can also contact your ISP to discuss how to change your IP address and prevent other attacks.

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Please do not name and shame on the Xbox Support forums as it's not allowed. If something like this happens to you and you know who the user was that did this to you, please file a complaint, avoid the player, and read the DDOS FAQ written by Microsoft Support Staff.

No one on these support forums can "ban" or "suspend" anyone else on Xbox LIVE. The only folks who have the power to do that are the Xbox LIVE Enforcement Team, they do not read nor do they respond to this section of the forums. They only take their information from complaints filed via the Xbox LIVE Dashboard.

How to file a complaint:

1.Press the Guide button on your controller.

2.Select Friends, then go to the Players tab.

3.Select File Complaint. Then select File Complaint again on the next screen.

Select Tampering.

Select System Tampering.

Select File Complaint.

You can also file a complaint under Text and Voice Communications and Text Message/Voice Message/In-Game Voice (depending on how he's threatened you).

How to avoid a player:

1.Press the Guide button.

2.Select Friends, then go to the Players tab. Select the player’s gamertag.

3.Select Submit Player Review.

4.Select Avoid This Player

5.Select why you want to avoid the player: Communication, Game Behavior, or Player Skill.

6.Select the specific reason why you want to avoid the player.

How to block communications (only works if messages were received from other players):

From the Xbox Dashboard, open a message from the player, and then select Block Communications. The player will not be able to send you any messages unless you send them one first.

What to do if you get IP Flooded or DDOS'ed on Xbox LIVE:

Please read this FAQ written by Microsoft Support staff support.xbox.com/.../dos-attacks-faq

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