The DDOS attack on DYN & RRL ?
jm5903 at att.com
Mon Oct 31 12:41:32 UTC 2016
God only knows, the DDOS hackers are probably on this list....but I have to ask what protections DYN had in place before the attack occurred. RRL has been promoted as some protection against these types of attacks. If they had it in place, did it help or was the pure volume of traffic the real issue?
I know companies are loathe to share info with competitors, but the wolves are out there and we sheep need to communicate a bit with each other.
I think ISC does have secure channels with large corporate users. Is something in place to share attack info, protections that were used? Might be a good idea.
John Murtari - jm5903 at att.com<mailto:jm5903 at att.com>
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