iKOCTEP wrote:But how could he attack me again and again / Maximum number of attacks on a same player, that I reached
It's not possible to reach a "Maximum number of attacks", as there is no limit to the number of attacks you can receive from a specific player.
The "3 hour search prevention after being the victim of a successful hack" indirectly limits the number of attacks you can receive in a 24 hour period.
iKOCTEP wrote:I suggest, that this player has an opportunity to search certain players as a target.
I can confirm that the player isn't able to search for specific targets. Given that you're not usually receiving attacks from the same player, there is a more likely scenario.
As mentioned above, when a player is available to be searched as a target using the criteria detailed in the previous post, they are able to be attacked by the first person that searches for them.
Because we don't report or keep track of networks that simply view and then disconnect from your network without attacking, what we do find is that some of the better networks get attacked by the same person repeatedly. It may not seem like it, but this is a positive sign!
A player is prevented from showing up in a search result for 3 hours once they've been attacked. The details you mention of them attacking 7-9 times this month equates to no more than once every 48 hours, far less often than the once every 3 hours scenario. The specific screenshot shows an 8 hour gap between attacks. This means that other people are able to attack you during the remaining 5 hours too, but chose not to!
The most likely scenario in this case is that other players are viewing your network and deciding not to attack, which has the effect of making it seem as though you're constantly being targeted by a single person. In reality, you're being scouted by tons more people - they're just not attacking you. This is usually a good sign that your network is stronger than average!
A weaker network would be attacked much more often, closer to once every 3 hours rather than the 8 hours you're experiencing. A weaker network would also have security logs which are much more varied, as lots of different players are keen to attack it.
With strong networks however, the number of unique attackers you receive drops down, as only stronger players are able to hack it successfully. This sometimes results in a player seemingly being "attacked by only this one person."
iKOCTEP wrote:He attacks me only during my defence upgrade.
This supports the reasoning provided above. If a player isn't attacking you while you're upgrading, your network is most likely too strong for them to attack otherwise!