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DDoS Attacks in Q3 2018 | Advanced Mobile Spy Software
News Overview The third quarter 2018 turned out relatively quiet in terms of DDoS attacks. "Relatively" because there were not very many high-level multi-day DDoS onslaughts on major resources. However, the capacities employed by cybercriminals keep growing year after year, while the total number of attacks shows no signs of decline. The early July attack on Blizzard Entertainment has made some of this summer's top headlines. Battle.net servers were sent offline, preventing players from logging in and launching their games for almost three days. The responsibility was claimed by a group called PoodleCorp, which made an appearance on Twitter promising to leave the company alone if their message were retweeted 2,000 times or more. Soon after their condition was satisfied, Blizzard reported "having fixed the technical issues earlier experienced by players." Towards the end of July there followed a series of attacks on another game publisher – Ubisoft. As a result, players were having