It is still pretty cheap to bring down a company
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DDoS Darkweb prices competative

Cyber criminals are offering products on the Dark Web which are pretty cheap considering the damage they do.

DDoS attacks increase 180 percent in 2019
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Neustar reveals across-the-board growth in attacks

Securing outfit Neustar said that its Security Operations Centre (SOC) saw a 168 percent increase in distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks in fourth quarter of 2019, compared with the same period 2018.

Europol shuts largest DDoS outfit
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Europol officials have shut down WebStresser where users could register and launch DDoS attacks after paying for a monthly plan which started from 15 euro.

Cloudflare offers free DDoS protection
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Claims that DDoS will be history

Cloudflare is making protection against DDoS attacks free, regardless of how bad they are and claims that soon that method of bringing down a website will be history.

Man uses DDoS attacks to censor news he didn’t like
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No he was not an AMD, Nvidia, Intel or Apple fanboy

A 32-year-old Seattle man is in hot water after claims he launched a DDoS attack on a US-based legal services website to force it to remove a link about his past criminal conduct.

FCC spinning like crazy on DDoS attack
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Regulator is not providing the paperwork

The US FCC is acting suspiciously over a DDoS attack which apparently forced it to shut down its net neutrality comment system in May.

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Searches 40 people's houses
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Shooting the script kiddies