A distributed denial-of-service attack measuring 1.7Tbps has been reported by network security and monitoring company Arbor Networks.
The software hosting repository GitHub was totally inaccessible for five minutes on Wednesday evening US time, following what is claimed to be the biggest distributed denial of service attack ever recorded.
The exploitation of IoT devices and innovation from DDoS attack services are leading to more frequent and complex attacks, according to a newly published infrastructure security report from application and network performance management company Netscout.
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It's a mess, sadly. Will Assange ever be free?