DDoS attacks fall by 60 per cent one week after WebStresser close down

Nicholas Fearn
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There's been a lot less of this in the week since WebStresser was taken down
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There's been a lot less of this in the week since WebStresser was taken down

New DDoS attack services expected to quickly emerge to fill the gap

German DDoS mitigation service Link11 claims that the number of attacks has fallen by almost two-thirds since the WebStresser 'service' was taken offline in coordinated raids last week. That's according...

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