back to article DDOS-as-a-service offered for just five dollars

Freelancer-finding site Fiverr has booted out users offering distributed denial of service attack for-hire groups for as low as US$5. Fiverr is a service that connects buyers with professionals like designers and developers, many of whom offer their services for not much more than the price of a beer. Incapsula security wonks …

  1. JC-Reg

    This just goes to show that even DDoSers have some moral compass

    You have got to be kidding me... these pencil-dicked morons have no moral compass - at all, and very little brains to boot.

    Every black hat under age 30 thinks that since they've never been arrested that they're invincible and free to do malicious things like damage someone's online business or even extort money from the same.

    Saying these idiots have 'some moral compass' completely misses the point. They don't want to attack governments because they're simply afraid they'll get caught.

  2. Anonymous Coward


    DDOS-as-a-service, and who is the biggest elephant in the room?

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