Github is the latest website to be hit with a DDOS attack. Security researchers are pouring over the data and how the attack was thwarted.
Slashdot is known for inadvertent DDOS attacks. However, the website itself experienced downtime partly thanks to one.
It is becoming increasingly difficult to run a legitimate website. The Electronic Frontier Foundation says it could only get even more difficult.
Things were growing seemingly pretty bleak for the website, but after 37 days of partial or complete downtime, the website is now back.
We’ve been actively monitoring the situation with famed filesharing news website ZeroPaid. Things recently took a turn for the worse as the last of the website has now gone offline.
The famed filesharing news website is now entering week 4 of its downtime. With no further signs of life, it’s hard to say if the site is ever coming back.
ZeroPaid has ended week 3 into their downtime with some signs of life. Unfortunately, the home page is all that is still available.
As things started to look dicey for the website, one page of ZeroPaid has seemingly made a return.
The downtime for ZeroPaid extends into a second week. With no official word available, the chances continue to dwindle.
The extended downtime of ZeroPaid is certainly noticeable. Now that it’s been a week, is it time to consider the possibility that it may not come back?