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Details Behind Today's Internet Hacks
… At 1:19pm (PDT) today, a researcher noticed that the New York Times' website wasn't loading. We know the New York Times tech team, so we sent an email to check in. A few minutes later, the CTO of the NYT called us back.
The DDoS That Almost Broke the Internet
— The New York Times this morning published a story about the Spamhaus DDoS attack and how CloudFlare helped mitigate it and keep the site online. The Times calls the attack the largest known DDoS attack ever on the Internet. We wrote about the attack last week.
How Syria Turned Off the Internet
— Today, 29 November 2012, between 1026 and 1029 (UTC), all traffic from Syria to the rest of the Internet stopped. At CloudFlare, we witnessed the drop off. We've spent the morning studying the situation to understand what happened.
How to Launch a 65Gbps DDoS, and How to Stop One
— Yesterday I posted a post mortem on an outage we had Saturday. The outage was caused when we applied an overly aggressive rate limit to traffic on our network while battling a determined DDoS attacker. In the process of writing …
On LulzSec, Censorship & CloudFlare
— Thursday, June 2, 2011 was an otherwise unremarkable day in our office until we got word that LulzSecurity.com, a site that had quietly registered for CloudFlare earlier the same day, had allegedly published information it obtained from hacking the Sony Pictures' website.
Who's who in agile teams? — As I was learning scrum one of the questions that kept coming to mind was, “how do development managers and scrum masters share responsibilities in the team?” In this post I'll explore the answer to this question.