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General Chat Thread, Live map of worldwide hacks in General; I think I'm witnessing a DDoS right now.. Also yes, if you minimise, it seems to 'save up' the attacks....
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    I think I'm witnessing a DDoS right now..

    Also yes, if you minimise, it seems to 'save up' the attacks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sdrawkcab View Post
    Are you guys keeping it minimized and then maximising it to catch all the crazy traffic? Because I think if you have the window minimized, it "catches up" with all the attacks you missed when you bring it back up again.
    Yup! Live map of worldwide hacks-turkey.jpg

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    Similar view from here...been running full screen though (not minimised)

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    OMG I HAVE GOT IT WORKING WTF IS GOING ON GAAAAAAAAA!!!!
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    Live map of worldwide hacks-untitled.png
    Whoops... Broke my browser

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    I think Turkey is DDOSing itself....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sdrawkcab View Post
    I think Turkey is DDOSing itself....

    Haha, at college we got all our phones our and all the computers in 2 classrooms and constantly refreshed the justin bieber page hoping that would take it down, one of the tutors was literally in love with the fella. Though as you may have guessed it didn't work

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    Works a lot better with Google Chrome !!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sdrawkcab View Post
    I think Turkey is DDOSing itself....
    Looks that way. Looks like Bogazici University is part of a botnet

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    Hmmm you have to question how accurate it all is though, how do we know we are not just watching a map with flying colours and random values generated to make it seem like we are watching hacking!? How do they get this information? Are they an firewall provider? I'm confused!

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    Quote Originally Posted by abillybob View Post
    Hmmm you have to question how accurate it all is though, how do we know we are not just watching a map with flying colours and random values generated to make it seem like we are watching hacking!? How do they get this information? Are they an firewall provider? I'm confused!
    This site explains it:

    IP Viking, the next generation of hacker hunting | Digital Trends

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    That turkey ddos was pretty mental, I had to pause it to let it catch up, turns out that doesn't help as much as you would think since it then tries to visually show all of the hacks since you paused it at the same time when your resume.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sdrawkcab View Post
    I think Turkey is DDOSing itself....

    I wonder what turkey would do that?

    Seems to be reasonably quiet at the moment for me

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    Well all of the traffic was coming from that university, so I guess they're part of a botnet.
    Somebody pointed them at somewhere else and pulled the trigger.. Bang.

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    Quote Originally Posted by abillybob View Post
    Haha, at college we got all our phones our and all the computers in 2 classrooms and constantly refreshed the justin bieber page hoping that would take it down, one of the tutors was literally in love with the fella. Though as you may have guessed it didn't work
    That won't do anything as you aren't connecting to their monitoring system. The data is collected by InfoSec professionals putting up unprotected systems on the Internet called honeypots. They are made to look attractive to a potential criminal but contain a complicated array of monitoring and reporting software to track what is sending traffic the honeypot and it's location. Virtually none of the traffic is legitimate because no-one has a legitimate need to visit it beyond the occasional accidental request on Port 80 (so you can guarantee anyone attempting to connect on Port 23 for example is attempting to breach the honeypot via Telnet).

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