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OVH hosting suffers 1Tbps DDoS attack - Biggest Ever

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Earlier this week we have seen that a cyber crime investigator Brian Krebs's blog krebsonsecurity was hit by a DDoS attack, which was the biggest DDos attack of 665Gbps in Internet history.

But wait it's not over... Yeah...
One of the largest hosting companies in the world OVH hosting has also suffered from another biggest DDoS attack. OVH hosting server was hit by a DDos attack of 1 Tera bytes, - yeah.! It's 1Tbps, and this is the biggest DDos attack we have ever recorded.

On Thursday OVH founder and CTO Octave Klaba tweeted that “Last days, we got a lot of huge DDoS. Here, the list of “bigger than 100Gbps” only. You can see the simultaneous DDoS are close to 1Tbps !”

The tweet also contains the screenshot explaining that multiple attacks exceeding 100 Gbps were directed towards OVH servers including simultaneously occurring 1 Tbps attacks.

The next day, Klaba said ( via a tweet) that the attackers used hacked Internet of Things devices (IoT) including surveillance cameras to conduct DDoS attacks on his company’s servers.

It seems that there is a race going on for DDos, isn't it? 

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