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Here we go again

The DDOS attack has resumed.  We’re fighting it as best we can.  However, here’s a contingency plan for you.   We’ll double post, i.e. we’ll put new posts up here and also post them on our temporary site.  If you can’t get in here, good deal.  If not, well, go there.  And we hope to have this […]

Security researcher finds the DDoS mastermind who took down the internet last fall

A distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack can take down a site, a server, or various parts of the internet. Attackers send to the target incredible amounts of junk traffic which bring their target down, making it impossible for real users to access that online service. Show More Summary

Protestors Plan To Take Down Whitehouse.gov To Protest Trump Inauguration

DDoS Attacks like those launched by the Mirai botnet have crippled servers around the globe. Now plans are afoot to launch a people-powered DDoS on Whitehouse.gov to protest the inauguration of President Trump.

ProtonMail Over Tor Can Now Increase Privacy, Security, And Censorship Resilience

ProtonMail launched its own.onion address to fight censorship and DDoS attacks, as well as to increase its users' security and privacy.

It's time to patch BIND before your DNS servers lock up

A new set of BIND problems have emerged, and you should patch them before your servers get crunched by a DDoS attack.

The dark side of the smart home: Buyers, beware

Last October, when dozens of large websites were taken down after a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack, how many of us thought at the time that the Internet of Things (IoT) might be involved...

Level 3 Adds Asian DDoS Depth

Over the weekend, Level 3 Communications took its security capabilities in the Far East to a new level.  They have opened a set of new scrubbing centers throughout the region capable of mitigating Distributed Denial of Service attacks. ... [visit site to read more]

Blizzard Banning Players Who 'Nuke' Overwatch Matches

Overwatch cheaters have a new trick up their sleeves. It’s called “nuking,” and it’s essentially a targeted form of a DDOS attack that slows matches to a crawl, sometimes to the point that players can’t even report the infraction. Read more...

12 Important Tips to Keep Your Company Devices Secure

What precautions should all business owners be taking to keep their devices secure, particularly given the recent DDoS attack? The Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC) is an invite-only organization comprised of the world’s most promising young entrepreneurs. Show More Summary

Cloudflare now lets customers show fast-loading Accelerated Mobile Links on their sites

Cloudflare, a startup offering a content distribution network (CDN) and distributed denial of service (DDoS) mitigation services for websites, today announced that its customers can now choose to implement a technology called Accelerated Mobile Links on their websites, free of charge. Show More Summary

This fake security email tries to make your PC part of a botnet

Victims of this cyberattack can have online activities monitored, data stolen, and their machine hijacked to carry out DDoS attacks.

123-Reg once again the target of severe DDoS attack

The hosting provider was struck by a DDoS only days into the New Year.

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QandO has temporarily moved because of the DDOS attack it is currently experiencing (and has been experiencing for about 2 weeks).  You can find us here until it clears up. ~McQ  

Racist thugs, Russians and pickup trucks

The DDOS attacks continue, but I think I’ve found a way to publish anyway. Why they continue is anyone’s guess, but they’ll not succeed in either gaining access or shutting us down. I’m sure you’ve all seen the pitiful video of the four black teenagers beating and torturing a white special needs man.  If you’ve […]

This is getting pretty old

We’re still getting hit.  I’ve learned its really a DDOS attack. Here’s an explanation. Problem: can’t stay up long enough to write a longer post. ~McQ

Drudge Report Under Another DDoS Attack – Second Time in a Week

The influential Drudge Report is shut down tonight. The site is most likely under another DDoS attack. Drudge Report hmm... The post Drudge Report Under Another DDoS Attack – Second Time in a Week appeared first on The Gateway Pundi...

ProgrammableWeb's Most Interesting APIs in 2016: Security and Privacy

Giant breaches during 2016 such as the Yahoo! breach and the DDoS attack from the Mirai IoT Botnet malware demonstrate why cybersecurity should be at the top every developer's list of considerations when working with APIs.

Drudge Report Suffers "Biggest DDOS Attack Since Inception" As Obama Unveils Russian Sanctions

Just hours after President Obama unveiled his sanctions against Russia for "meddling in the US election," one of the largest alternative, and allegedly "fake news" aggregators - Drudge Report - suffered the "biggest DDOS attack since...Show More Summary

Drudge Report Gets Blacked Out For 90 Minutes by DDOS Attack; Drudge Suggests Attack Mounted by US Government

Here's the thing -- he has as much evidence for that as the politicized US intelligence agencies have for saying Russia is definitely behind the DNC hack. Basically he has an event and and an enemy with a motive. Which...

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