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Bitcoin Hit By 'Massive' DDoS Attack As Tensions Rise

Bitcoin Hit By 'Massive' DDoS Attack As Tensions Rise
A “massive” distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack is hitting Bitcoin, according to trading venues, in what has...
Read more Feb 12 2014, 6:46am CST
 

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China's Internet Went Down by Largest Denial-of-Service Attack

China's Internet Went Down by Largest Denial-of-Service Attack
China has been hit by a large scale DDOS attack on early Sunday morning that has paralyzed the parts of Internet service in the nation. It has come under siege due to this act of sabotage. Many .cn websites went offline fully or partially for many hours inculding Amazon.cn, Sina Weibo and Bank of China.
Read more Aug 26 2013, 6:32am CDT
 

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Amplification, reflection DDoS attacks increase 35 percent in Q1 2014

Source: SC Magazine

Alibaba To Kick Off IPO In U.S.
The Q1 2014 Global DDoS Attack Report reveals that amplification and reflection distributed denial-of-service attacks ...
Full article at: SC Magazine 1 day ago, 3:41pm CDT
 

Biggest Cyber Attack Ever Underway, Slowing Down Internet

Biggest Cyber Attack Ever Underway Slowing Down Internet
A Cyber Attack against Spamhaus is underway. Experts call it the biggest cyber attack in history. It is slowing down global internet speeds.
Read more Mar 27 2013, 9:28am CDT
 

DDoS attacks increase 47% in Q1: Akamai

Source: Tech Radar

Variety Entertainment And Technology Summit
DDoS attacks were 47% more frequent in Q1 of 2014 than in Q1 of last year, according to a report by Akamai Technologies and the recently acquired Prolexic. The study, Prolexic Q1 2014 Global DDoS Attack Report, also revealed a 50% decrease in average attack duration, from 35 hours to 17 hours when comparing Q1 2014 to the same quarter last year. “Innovation in the DDoS marketplace is resulting in tools that inflict more damage with fewer resources ...
Full article at: Tech Radar 2 days ago, 10:13am CDT
 

DDoS Attackers Change Techniques To Wallop Sites

Source: NetworkWorld

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Criminals behind distributed denial of service attacks are relying less on traditional botnets and more on techniques capable of launching ...
Full article at: NetworkWorld 3 days ago, 7:08am CDT
 

BBC claims it was the target of Iranian cyber attack

BBC claims it was the target of Iranian cyber attack
Iranian hackers target news organization
Read more Mar 15 2012, 3:30pm CDT
 

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Defense.net

Source: Top Ten Reviews

Trent Barrett, Justin Hodges and Jamie Lyon
Defense.net, a distributed denial of service attack mitigation provider, is technically a startup. However, it has an impressive pedigree: Barrett Lyon, the founder, is also the founder of Prolexic, the first commercial venture to prevent DDoS attacks for clients. Now that Akamai has purchased Prolexic, Defense.net is Lyon’s opportunity to... ...
Full article at: Top Ten Reviews 4 days ago, 1:15pm CDT
 

How a website flaw turned 22,000 visitors into a botnet of DDoS zombies

Source: Ars Technica

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Wikipedia Researchers have uncovered a recent denial-of-service attack that employed an unusual, if not unprecedented, technique to surreptitiously cause thousands of everyday Internet users to bombard the target with a massive amount of junk traffic. The attack worked by exploiting a Web application vulnerability on one of the biggest and most popular video sites on the Web, according to a blog post published ...
Full article at: Ars Technica Apr 7 2014, 3:27pm CDT
 

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