Gaming DDoS Protection Posts

Expansion of the Internet Necessitates Network-Based DDoS Defense

The continued expansion of Internet access, backbone and cloud connections will ultimately drive a fundamental shift to DDoS defense to more network-integrated solutions that are enabled by advanced next-generation networking technologies.

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On the 20th Anniversary of DDoS, Prepare for the Future

July 22, 2019 marked the 20th anniversary of the world's first DDoS attacks. Since then, the nature of DDoS attacks has changed dramatically, and DDoS mitigation defenses have responded in turn. As the 5G era continues to expand, one thing we know for sure today is that DDoS attacks are a damaging problem that won’t go away in the foreseeable future.

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Mirai Botnet Code Targets Corporate Networking Gear

Last month a report from Palo Alto Networks’ Unit 42 revealed that cyber criminals have now evolved the infamous Mirai botnet code to target corporate SD-WAN gear and recruit those assets into harmful botnets. To defend against such attacks, a security system must include comprehensive automated protections against Mirai type attack vectors.

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A Gambling Company Ups the Ante to Woo Players Back after DDoS Attacks

In the past month several online poker sites, as well as the DraftKings fantasy sports site, have been hit hard by distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks. Clearly, even if those companies had DDoS mitigation solutions in place, they were not sufficient to protect their networks.

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DDoS Attack Temporarily Folds Major Poker Game Site

Late last week America’s Cardroom’s Winning Poker Network (WPN), a major online gaming site, was hit with a ransom denial of service (RDoS) attack that lasted a few days.

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