Stop DoS Archive

An Akron man is facing federal charges after he was arrested Thursday morning for allegedly hacking the city of Akron and Akron Police Department websites last year. According to an FBI spokesperson, 32-year-old James Robinson was charged with knowingly causing...
A crowdfunding initiative run by Together for Yes has suffered a DDoS attack. The digital campaigning element of the imminent referendum in Ireland has seen a massive amount of change in a relatively short time. Only this week did...
CANADIAN cybersecurity company DOSarrest has released a new service which allows organizations to test their systems’ resilience against distributed denial of service attacks. The Cyber Attack Preparation Platform (CAPP) allows anyone to choose from a variety of options which specify the...
We explain why and how you should guard against distributed-denial-of-service incidents. The distributed-denial-of-service (DDoS) attack landscape is constantly evolving, and is now routinely populated by hacktivists, trolls, extortioners and even used as a distraction from data exfiltration elsewhere on...
Sharing economy apps are prime targets for malicious attacks. The boom of mobile applications has superseded traditional services, revolutionising customer experience as we know it. In Australia, peer-to-peer services are being embraced by millions of consumers. A 2017 report...