DDoS-for-hire service administrators arrested
The Dutch police have brought down the world’s biggest DDoS-for-hire service that improved international cybercriminals launch over 4 million attacks and arrested its administrators yesterday help withDutch Police.
An administration led by the UK’s National Crime Agency (NCA) and the Dutch Police, dubbed “Power Off,” with the assistance of Europol and a dozen different law enforcing agencies, issued in the arrest of 6 members of the group behind the “webstresser.org” website in Scotland, Croatia, Canada and Serbia on Tuesday.
This is also held for cyber attacks against seven of the UK’s biggest banks in November 2017, due to government institutions and gaming industry.
With over 136K registered users, Webstresser website permits its clients to rent the pottery for about £10 to launch (DDoS) attacks.
The Dutch police said the Operation Power Off should send a clear warning to users of sites like we stressed.
Dan Crisp, Director (Interim) Technology and Digital Policy, UK Finance said:
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