Intermediate period of distributed service denial (DDOSAttacks in the first half of 2021 were 6.1 minutes, new research claims.
Are part of the results. Cyber security Company امپیروا۔ Research Labs Global. DDOS Threat Landscape Report., Which notes that DDoS attacks are constantly evolving in size, volume, frequency and complexity.
“DDoS attacks have been a key feature of the threat scenario. It started as a form of mass protest and sabotage that has turned into a big business for cybercriminals. Today, no one is good. The price of a cup of coffee can attack DDoS, and معذ 100 is enough to disable a network.
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According to their analysis, more than a third of DDOS attacks lasted one to four minutes, and only a quarter lasted between four and fifteen minutes. Empirva believes that short DDoS attacks are usually carried out to distract network teams, and are often used as part of a wide multi-vector attack.
Empirva says it reduced its biggest DDoS attack in July 2021 as the company compiled the report, which recorded 1.02 terabits per second (Tbps) and 155 million packets per second (Mpps). went.
The results show that although the volume of attacks was consistently higher every day of the week in the first half of 2021, the largest number of campaigns began on Friday.
In addition, while the User Datagram Protocol (UDP) remained the most popular protocol for DDoS, researchers could not help noticing an increase in attacks using the TCP protocol, from 10% in 2020 to 30% in the first half. More than 2021.
Taiwan emerged as the main target (33.6%), followed by the United States (28.15%), followed by the United Kingdom (12.30%) and Germany (12.17%).