Senators ask the FCC if it was truly targeted by DDoS attacks
Brian Schatz and Ron Wyden have given the FCC a deadline for its explanation.
FCC accused of lying about 2014 and 2017 DDoS attacks
Tom Wheeler's adviser said he didn't cover up the 2014 attack, because it never happened.
Alphabet's Project Shield expands DDoS protection to politics
Previously, the service was open to news organizations only.
'World of Warcraft' cyberattacker sentenced to year in prison
He knocked thousands of players offline to spite a rival.
Police take down the world's largest DDoS-for-hire service
WebStresser launched denial of service attacks for as little as $15.
GitHub survives massive DDoS attack relatively unscathed
Despite 1.3 Tbps of traffic, the site was only bogged down for 10 minutes.
US government will investigate fake net neutrality comments
Members of Congress sent the GAO a request for review last month.
Mirai botnet creators plead guilty to charges over 2016 attack
Three men were indicted for their roles in creating and using the botnet.
US pressured North Korea by overwhelming hackers with data traffic
It's cyberwarfare as a political bargaining chip.