KGB (FSB) hackers have set a record in DDoS attacks on the servers of the Kavkaz Center which are continuing for 35 days already. On Wednesday afternoon, July 11, 2012, the level of the SYN flood attack reached 6.5 million packets per second.
This is an absolute record. The monitoring of the history of different types of DDoS attacks shows that the maximum number of packets that had been sent to the target server did not exceed 3 million so far.
Meanwhile, many free speech advocates are keeping mum and say nothing about the cyber-terrorist attack, unprecedented for the standards of network warfare, , which marks the beginning of a new area in cyber warfare.
As reported by experts, DDoS attacks have become a real scourge of the Internet. Only in the first three months of 2012, the number of DDoS attacks around the world was higher than during the whole year of 2011.
Given the fact that the Putin's KGB regime has actually declared the war on free Internet by adopting the so-called law on a special register "of "domains with illegal information content", it would be worth for the world defenders of the free speech to pay attention to the fact that the Kavkaz Center withstands alone the KGB "Terror 404", as aptly expressed by Russian journalists, and think over what they are to expect from the KGB for themselves.
Department of Monitoring