A BBC report says officials arrested the owner of Cyberbunker for his alleged involvement with the attacks that "almost broke the Internet."
Internet engineers have known for at least 13 years how to stop major distributed denial of service attacks. But thanks to a combination of economics and inertia, attacks continue. Here's why.
Appeals judges ask lower court to revisit dispute between the U.K. organization and an Illinois marketing company fighting its placement on the popular site's blacklist.
A fight between a spam-fighting group called Spamhaus and a Dutch Web host Cyberbunker has been called the biggest public DDoS battle in history.
A distributed-denial-of-service attack peaked some 33 percent higher than last year's Spamhaus attack, the previous DDoS record-holder.
Using the Web app Logstalgia, a developer has managed to capture on video a visual impression of what happens during a DDoS attack.
Reports of a virtual attack on a spam-fighting organization say the events brought down most of the Web, but new reports suggest it was blown out of proportion.
The service known for hosting millions of Web sites is the victim of a cyberattack that knocked out connections for domains around the world.
This week has seen possibly one of the biggest distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks ever, but did it really rock the very core of the Internet?