By Dancho Danchev
Largely thanks to the increasing availability of easy to use DIY (do-it-yourself) DDoS bots, we continue to observe an increase in international cybercrime-friendly market propositions for ‘DDoS for hire’ services. And whereas these services can never match the bandwidth capabilities and vendor experience offered by their Russian/Eastern European counterparts, they continue to empower novice Internet users with the ability to launch a DDoS attack against virtually anyone online.
In this post, I’ll profile a recently launched marijuana themed DDoS for hire service and emphasize on how, despite it’s built in pseudo-anti abuse process, the service is prone to be abused by novice cybercriminals looking for cost-effective ways to cause disruption online.
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