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HTTP/2 Rapid Reset Flaw Affects All Major Web Servers

A new flaw in HTTP/2 known as Rapid Reset has enabled threat actors to launch massive DDoS attacks and is believed to affect all modern web servers.


New DDoS Attack Vector Abuses Content Filtering Systems

Attackers abused a 'broken TCP implementation' in middleboxes to launch a 'small number' of DDoS attacks against organizations in recent weeks.


FBI Warns of DDoS Attacks Abusing Network Protocols

The Federal Bureau of Investigation warned in a “private industry notification” last week that attackers are increasingly using amplification techniques in distributed denial-of-service attacks. There has been an uptick in attack attempts since February, the agency’s Cyber Division said in the alert.


Unnamed Web Host Hit With DDoS Attack

Attackers launched a massive distributed denial-of-service against a specific website hosted by a hosting provider in early June. Not only was the 1.44 terabit-per-second DDoS attack the largest Akamai has seen to date, it was also one of the most complex to resolve.

Ddos, Cloud

Analysis of DNS Traffic Uncovers DDoS Attacks

Internet usage in 2020 is shaping up to be very different from how it was at the end of 2019. New DNS research from Farsight Security shows where people have been spending their time online and uncovered previously unknown distributed denial of service attacks.

Ddos, DNS