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Comment: Spam disguised as a Slashdot Article... (Score 1) 110

by critter42b (#43445777) Attached to: Wordpress Sites Under Wide-Scale Brute Force Attack
" CloudFlare has announced that they're giving all users (free and paid) protection from said attacks with their services." - and there's the meat of this whole post. Like the "Unprecedented DNS attacks" from a couple of weeks ago, if you follow the trail of this article it is nothing but a press release from CloudFlare designed to whip everyone into a frenzy and buy their product to protect them. - 90,000 hosts? Haven't we seen attacks with half a million or more hosts?
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+ - Cisco Homepage Offline?-> 2

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Amigoid writes "For the past hour or so, I have been unable to access Cisco's homepage. Very odd. I think I can count on one hand the number of times in my life Cisco's been offline. Tried it off 3 different local systems, then tried via cellphone web browser, then called someone in another state to verify... yup. No response."
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