GitHub just suffered the world’s biggest DDoS attack—and barely blinked
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July 26, 20191 min read, 167 words

GitHub just suffered the world’s biggest DDoS attack—and barely blinkedGitHub just suffered the world’s biggest DDoS attack—and barely blinked

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Published: July 26, 2019  |  1 min read, 167 words
The site, which many developers use to store code, was knocked offline briefly this week by hackers who flooded it with fake traffic.Terror-bytes: According to , the attack peaked Wednesday at a whopping 1.35 terabits of data per second; the largest previous assault, launched in ...
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March 2, 2018
More than an article, this is a bulletin about the DDoS attack suffered by Github on the 28th of February. Even though is is very short, it provides essential information for the reader to understand the event and 2 references, one of which from Github itself, to dive deeper in the happening.
March 2, 2018
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March 3, 2018
Very short article that I thought was a pop-up to the MIT article behind it. Informative and trustworthy although it seems a bit surface level... giving no indication as to why Github was attacked or other contextual information,
March 3, 2018
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