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The New DDoS Landscape

Published on by Junade Ali.

News outlets and blogs will frequently compare DDoS attacks by the volume of traffic that a victim receives. Surely this makes some sense, right? The greater the volume of traffic a victim receives, the harder to mitigate an attack - right?

No Scrubs: The Architecture That Made Unmetered Mitigation Possible

Published on by John Graham-Cumming.

When building a DDoS mitigation service it’s incredibly tempting to think that the solution is scrubbing centers or scrubbing servers. I, too, thought that was a good idea in the beginning, but experience has shown that there are serious pitfalls to this approach. A scrubbing server is a dedicated

The WireX Botnet: How Industry Collaboration Disrupted a DDoS Attack

Published on by Jaime Cochran.

Updated October 2017: The Cyberwire Research Saturday Podcast: Introduction On August 17th, 2017, multiple Content Delivery Networks (CDNs) and content providers were subject to significant attacks from a botnet dubbed WireX. The botnet is named for an anagram for one of the delimiter strings in its command and control protocol.