300 IT security professionals from across Europe are locking horns in a simulated cyber war exercise taking place today which — if it was a real attack — would be capable of disrupting services for millions of Europeans. The exercise, known as Cyber Europe 2012, is being run by ENISA: the European Network and Information Security Agency, and is part of ongoing efforts to bolster cyber
The servers of the popular CrunchBang Linux distribution have been under a DDoS attack for almost five days and there's no sign that it's going to stop anytime soon. CrunchBang users might have noticed that the repositories and other services have been rather slow or not even working for the past few days.
hi pls i need your help i'm two days with this problem and i can't fix this, i have a Ddos attack but my dtacenter say that no is an attack, i have 200 Reading Request and 2b ram, my vps is down, my MaxClients / ServerLimit are 256 but the server is to limit, pls very thanks for your help
begin by mentioning a few facts that can be very confusing for the die-hard fans Linux Unix. Serious computer virus first appeared in Unix systems. And perhaps the worst computer virus attack in history occurred on Unix systems about twenty years ago. The good news is that the lessons of this attack were integrated into the continuing development of Unix and Linux.
With all the world conflicts, major conflicts, and with imagining possible future war direct with Russia, involvement defending Israel if directly threatened from nuclear attack, and china if they became aggressive and took sides, then add in conflicts in all those oil rich middle eastern countries, if it looked like huge numbers of American troops would be needed across the globe to engage in war