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Adafruit's new subscription boxes for makers and hackers

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Security website up and running again with free Google service after Akamai withdraws DDoS mitigation

from CNET

Google shields security reporter targeted by massive cyberattack

Brian Krebs' website had been largely unreachable for the past week, the victim of a "record" flood of fake requests for traffic.

from MakeUseOf

What Exactly is a DDoS Attack and How Does it Happen?



Own a website? Then your worst nightmare just became real Read more Technology News Here --> DDoS has become an increasingly prevalent menace throughout the course of this year and the release of the source code for the 'Mirai' botnet is going to seriously hike threat levels. If you've been following security news recently you'll likely have noticed that new records for DDoS attacks have been swiftly set first with an assault on the Krebs on Security…


12-Year-Old SSH Bug Exposes More than 2 Million IoT Devices Are your internet-connected devices spying on you? Perhaps. We already know that the Internet of Thing (IoT) devices are so badly insecure that hackers are adding them to their botnet network for launching Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks against target services. @tachyeonz

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Some people may remember the Armada Collective, a group of hackers extorting website owners. Their method of operation revolves around shutting down online platforms with strong DDoS attacks. Unless t

Newsweek Website Suffers DDoS Attack After Publishing Controversial Trump Report

It was just last month that is in September one of the largest net attacks took place with pinpointed a renowned OVH a French hosting firm and a blogger. This single attack is believed to have comprised of over one trillion bits of data. Both of the hacking events marked a change in the methods used by hackers who survive by breaking into websites which hold widespread data add this form of attacks is known as Distributed Denial of Service attacks (DDoS). The data was sent to the targets…