DDoS attacks becoming bigger and more complex, warns report

Nicholas Fearn
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DDos attacks are booming with disgruntled gamers and extortionists the biggest threat

Distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks are rising in frequency and becoming more complex, according to a freshly published report. Network performance management specialist Netscout has re...

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