back to article Chinese gambling site served near record-breaking complex DDoS

A chinese gambling company has been pulverised with multiple nine-vector, 470 Gbps, 110 million packet-per-second distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, some of the biggest and most complex ever recorded. The unnamed company was attacked by DDoS that used nine vectors in a very rare bid to bypass Incapsula's mitigation …

  1. allthecoolshortnamesweretaken

    470 Gbps, 110 million packet-per-second - how much is that in cat pictures?

    Yes. Yes, I'm bored. Still waiting for my Friday treat - either a new Dabbsy or a new BOFH, or both.

    1. CrazyOldCatMan Silver badge

      > 110 million packet-per-second - how much is that in cat pictures?

      Depends on the size of the cat..

      1. allthecoolshortnamesweretaken

        So, let's say one GigaCat, as discussed a little while ago in the context of balloons.

        1. Paul Crawford Silver badge

          That sure is a lot of pussy!

  2. John Brown (no body) Silver badge

    Organised crime?

    Since big business gambling is one of the bailiwicks of organised crime, maybe someone thought it worthwhile investing in taking out some of the competition. I wonder what else was going on at the same time? Maybe all the customer data just got cloned?

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