Category: Twitter

The Other Attacks Last Thursday

Yesterday morning was a busy time for Internet security. As an illustration of this activity, the graph below shows a summary of attack traffic across the 77 Observatory ISPs reporting anonymized attack statistics. Each line or rectangle represents a distinct attack (we saw over 770 […]

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Where Did All the Tweets Go?

At roughly 9:00am (EDT) this morning, the Twitisphere fell silent (or at least significantly fewer twitters). And though you could not follow the outage via tweets, Twitter’s blog announced the popular site was under DDoS. The below graph shows Observatory data from 55 providers around […]

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Many Days of DDoS for Everyone

The past few weeks have been a flurry of activity for me and everyone at Arbor. We’ve been very involved in the Conficker Working Group efforts and notifying lots of people using ATLAS. Even after that Herculean effort and the great “fizzle” (thank goodness!), there’s […]

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Follow the ASERT blog with Twitter

Twitter is a free service that lets you keep in touch with people through the exchange of quick, frequent answers to one simple question: What are you doing? Join today to start receiving Arbor Networks updates, or add http://twitter.com/arbornetworks to your favorites! UPDATED to fix […]

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