Slate Podcast on Estonian DOS atatck

Sean Donelan sean at
Fri May 25 03:51:23 UTC 2007

On Thu, 24 May 2007, Bill Woodcock wrote:
>    > First of it's kind that it targeted a country.
> No, at the very least, Moonlight Maze and Titan Rain came before.  But by
> today's standards, Moonlight Maze would have been trivially small.  I
> don't have any numbers for Titan Rain.  Anyone know how it compared to the
> 4mpps of this attack?

Don't forget the Pakistan/India cyber-skimishes.  Substantial parts of
their Internet infrastructure was successfully attacked for months at
a time.

Periodically, China, Japan and South Korea seem to have rotating grudge
matches between their hacking groups.  And in wars with bullets, there 
was Yugoslavia and Radio B92 all-media attacks; and pro-Chinese groups
launched several attacks after the US bombed the Chincese embassy in 

There have been so many cyber-protests of many different US policies 
for many years even keeping a list would be a lot of work.  And even
some pro-US groups launching cyber-attacks to protest policies of
other countries.

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