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Man arrested over DDoS attacks on Aussie businesses
Joint effort nabs Seattle resident.
Jul 28 2017 8:54AM
Ongoing Skype connection problems after alleged DDoS
Europe hardest hit.
Jun 21 2017 7:00AM
British man gets two years in prison for DDoS tool sales
Inspired Lizard Squad's LOIC.
Apr 27 2017 6:43AM
Police arrest bot herder behind attack on millions of routers
Faces up to a decade in prison if found guilty.
Feb 24 2017 9:35AM
Last year's big DDoS attacks were only the beginning
[Blog post] Krebs, Dyn, Lloyds ... and more to come.
Jan 24 2017 2:58PM
Lloyds Bank hit by massive DDoS
Trying to identify the source.
Jan 24 2017 8:58AM
Canberra to bolster its websites against DDoS attacks
Avoiding another Census-scale embarrassment.
Jan 18 2017 11:28AM
Here's to 2016 - and make it a stiff one
[Blog post] You thought this year was bad, just wait until next.
Dec 20 2016 2:00PM
Cops arrest scores of young cybercrims worldwide
Anti-DDoS campaign gets serious.
Dec 13 2016 6:44AM
AWS customers to get free DDoS protection by default
Free tier will block '96 percent' of attacks.
Dec 2 2016 6:45AM
Geoblocking wasn't enough to secure Census: MacGibbon
ABS should never have succumbed to "small" DDoS.
Oct 25 2016 5:05PM
Chinese 'DDoS camera' maker recalls vulnerable devices
Users do not change the default password.
Oct 25 2016 12:37PM
DDoS on DNS provider Dyn takes out much of the internet
Guardian, BBC, CNN, Twitter, Paypal unreachable.
Oct 22 2016 5:39AM
US cops charge teens over DDoS for hire services
Claim they also operated phone harassment line.
Oct 7 2016 6:49AM
Is the internet of things the new DDoS attack weapon?
[Blog post] Leveraging IoT devices for botnets.
Sep 27 2016 3:00PM
ABS claims IBM's botched geoblocking failed the Census
Blame game begins in post-survey hose down.
Sep 26 2016 9:28AM
'World's largest' DDoS sees infosec journo's site taken down
Akamai's Prolexic puts packet flood at 620 Gbps.
Sep 23 2016 11:35AM
Anonymous bots could DDoS US emergency call network
Threat currently difficult to block.
Sep 13 2016 6:40AM
ABS websites buckle on Census night
Bureau claims sabotage by hackers.
Aug 10 2016 6:45AM
Big DDoS attacks reach record levels: Akamai
Done dirt cheap.
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