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Microsoft mitigated the largest DDoS attack ever recorded


UltraMega
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Microsoft says it was able to mitigate a 2.4 terabytes per second (Tbps) Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attack in August. The attack targeted an Azure customer in Europe, and was 140 percent higher than the highest attack bandwidth volume Microsoft recorded in 2020. It also exceeds the peak traffic volume of 2.3Tbps, the previous largest attack, which was directed at Amazon Web Services last year.

 

Microsoft says the attack lasted more than 10 minutes, with short-lived bursts of traffic that peaked at 2.4Tbps, 0.55Tbps, and finally 1.7Tbps. DDoS attacks are typically used to force websites or services offline, thanks to a flood of traffic that a web host can’t handle. They’re usually performed through a botnet, a network of machines that have been compromised using malware or malicious software to control them remotely. Azure was able to stay online throughout the attack, thanks to its ability to absorb tens of terabits of DDoS attacks.

https://www.msn.com/en-US/news/other/microsoft-says-it-mitigated-the-largest-ddos-attack-ever-recorded/ar-AAPpIWb?ocid=BingNewsSearch&PC=EMMX01

 

Im sure some hacking groups will see this as a challenge.

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22 hours ago, UltraMega said:

I was just thinking "Yeah,smart move to tell them aprox how many Tbps you can absorb in an attack so they know how much they gotta up their game..." 200.gif?cid=83ab60d5gjmab16zm1ugb1va93ls

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9 hours ago, pioneerisloud said:

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I don't actually condone DDoS attacks, but you know that's what these "hackers" are thinking.

Ha yeah, its all downhill from here.

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