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Category Archives: Distributed Denial of Service

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attack targets those organizations that are linked to the cyber world through the internet. It’s difficult to identify the exact reasons, motivations or the objectives of DDoS attacks because of the secret sources controlling the computers that send false traffic requests to the target.

Nevertheless, there are some common motivations behind DDoS attacks. Here we define some of the common reasons of these attacks so that you can start realizing your capacity to act in response to DDoS attacks.
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The concept of banking, as standardly defined in 2013, has its roots in medieval and early Renaissance Italy, especially the most successful cities in the northern part of Italy such as Florence, Genoa, Lucca, Siena, and Venice. Monte dei Paschi, which is based in Siena, was established 20 years before Columbus sailed to America, making the Italian bank the oldest known in the world. In early 2013, Monte dei Paschi top brass was discovered to have covered up huge losses from risky investments. Even so, it appears that it is on its way to life again, but as big a banking problem this appears from within, banks, in general need to worry about DDoS (distributed denial of service) from without. Simply put, DDoS leads to downtime, compromised data, and compromised and quite angry customers who may leave because of the effects of DDoS attacks on their banks have on them.
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With the popularity of the internet, it has become easier for almost all businessmen to promote their products and services online. Most businessmen, now-a-days, heavily rely on online sites for smooth running of their business. In such a situation, online market tends to face threats and numerous problems from many hackers who can encroach upon your business online. These days, the most common kind of threat that online business holders face is DDOS or Distributed Denial of Service attack. The main aim of these attacks is to bring down the speed of the particular website. This creates dissatisfaction among customers. As a result, they are compelled to seek other companies. If you are a victim of Denial of Service, then you need a DDOS protection service or DDOS protection for your website. Continue reading

The website of the British National Party is back online following a reported distributed denial of service attack over the weekend.
Nick Griffin, leader of the far-right political party, is appealing for £5,000 urgently to purchase hardware and servers to keep the site online in the run-up to the European and local elections next month. In an email to supporters, Griffin writes that the “BNP website [was] taken offline in largest cyber attack in recorded history” and of a scale seen only once before in a 2001 attack against Microsoft.
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The answer to this question is yes! Distributed Denial of Service attacks, for more than a decade now, have become the most destructive online risk companies face today.
Distributed Denial of Service more commonly referred to as DDoS attacks pose a serious threat to the internet connectivity, eating up most of the network bandwidth of a victim website which directly results in losses of millions of dollars to the victim’s website.
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Denial of Service (DoS) attacks are network-based attacks that preclude right to use to a service. DoS attacks immobilize a network service by flooding links, rashing servers or programs operation on the servers, draining server possessions, or else avoiding lawful clients from admittance the network service.
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Updated: US internet service provider and telco AT&T has restored access to 4chan, blaming a denial of service attack, not smutty content, for the temporary ban.

4chan has been under attack for some weeks now – as revealed on its status page here.

A spokesman for AT&T said:
Beginning Friday, an AT&T customer was impacted by a denial-of-service attack stemming from IP addresses connected to img.4chan.org. To prevent this attack from disrupting service for the impacted AT&T customer, and to prevent the attack from spreading to impact our other customers, AT&T temporarily blocked access to the IP addresses in question for our customers. Continue reading

One type of attack on computer systems is known as a Denial of Service (DoS) attack. A Denial of Service attack is intended to stop genuine users from using a system. Customary Dos attacks are done by developing a defense spill over, exhausting system assets, or exploiting a system bug that results in a scheme that is no longer useful.

In the summer of 1999, a new type of attack has been developed called Distributed Denial Continue reading

The Mysterious Matriculates of Mirim and Moranbong.
Starting on this past July 4th, Internet based attacks began on government and military web sites in South Korea and the United States. These attacks continued, intermittently, for another two weeks. At first it was believed these DDOS (distributed denial of service) attacks came from North Korea. These attacks were carried out by first using a computer virus (often delivered as an email attachment), to install a secret Trojan horse type program, that allows someone else to take over that computer remotely, and turn it into a “zombie” for spamming or DDOS (distributed denial of service) attacks to shut down another site. Researchers were able to trace where some of the DDOS attacks appeared to come from, and where the zombie software installed was controlled from.
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By Matthew Broersma
ZDNet UK

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) has said that a series of distributed denial-of-service attacks began on government networks on July 4.

However, Amy Kudwa, deputy press secretary for the United States DHS, told ZDNet Asia sister’s site ZDNet UK on Wednesday that attacks on federal systems were common, and that the United States Computer Emergency Response Team could deal with them. Continue reading

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