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263.35 Gbps of Traffic Aimed at One Sony Server During DDoS Attack

25
Aug
2014

A distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack hit Sony servers on Sunday, and the hacker claiming responsibility for it says that one server was crippled by 263.35 Gbps of junk traffic. News brokethat a hacker collective going under the name of Lizard Squad directed a large DDoS attack against Sony Online Entertainment and PlayStation Network services. However, it appears that the groups contribution to the incident was to merely take credit for the deed and bring more attention…

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