Ddos Attacks

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Metal Gear Online - Other Information - Cheating and Distributed Denial of Service Attacks
... also been the target of amount of frequent DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attacks since 2011 up to now ... When the attacks first started in 2011, the targets were, primarily, the individual players of an opposing team in an online match ... They then carried out the attacks on each individual player on the opposing team (by attacking any IP they didn't recognize) until all of its members disconnected, causing the attacker's team to win the match by ...
Hacktivism - Notable Hacktivist Events
... The first public use of DDoS as a form of protest was the Intervasion of the UK orchestrated by a group called the Zippies on Guy Fawkes Day, 1994 ... examples of hacktivism, and the continuation of the 1997 attacks, was the modification of more Indonesian web sites with appeals to "Free East Timor" in 1998 by Portuguese hackers ... JED was partly denial-of-service attack and partly agitprop ...
Anonymous (group) - Impact - Reaction From Law Enforcement Agencies - Arrests
... They are responsible for attacks against MasterCard, Visa, Sony and the Governments of the U.S ... old for cyberattacks against Visa, MasterCard and PayPal in conjunction with Anonymous' DDoS attacks against companies opposing Wikileaks ... In January 2011, the FBI issued more than 40 search warrants in a probe against the Anonymous attacks on companies that opposed Wikileaks ...
Prolexic Technologies - Services
... Prolexic provides DDoS mitigation services ... Because many DDoS attacks are concerted efforts by sophisticated live attackers, Prolexic uses a combination of automated tools and human expertise as part of its ... Prolexic is said to have mitigated the largest DDoS attack of 2011, which involved 250,000 computers infected with malware ...

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