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Cloudflare successfully responded to one of the largest HTTPS DDoS attacks in history: 15.3 million requests per second

2022-05-07 21:54:56It information - it home

IT The home of 5 month 7 Daily news , According to the Neowin reports ,Cloudflare Recently revealed that , Has successfully responded to the largest ever recorded... From multiple countries and regions HTTPS DDoS One of the attacks . The company said , The botnet sends... Every second 1530 Ten thousand requests (rps), Make it the biggest target for customers they have witnessed HTTPS DDoS One of the attacks .

Cloudflare Express , The target of Botnet attack is an encryption company launchpad company , Designed to connect encryption projects with investors . Customers in Cloudflare In your professional plan , And the attack is less than 15 Received within seconds Cloudflare The protection of the . other Cloudflare Customers will also be automatically protected , There is no need to do anything .

Cloudflare The biggest attack was last year 8 Monthly report , At that time, a botnet executed 1720 ten thousand rps DDoS attack , But this is using HTTP Traffic, not used in the latest attack HTTPS Traffic .Cloudflare Express ,HTTPS The use of makes it more costly for attackers and victims trying to mitigate attacks .

Cloudflare Pointed out that , This attack mainly comes from the data center , And it notes that more attacks are generally from cloud computing ISP, Not residential networks ISP. The botnet involves 6000 A unique zombie program , Originated all over the world 112 Countries and regions . The countries and regions hosting the most robots include Indonesia 、 Russia 、 Brazil 、 India 、 Colombia and the United States . The attack came from 1300 Multiple networks , These include Hetzner Online GmbH、Azteca And other top networks .

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