Ddos Attacks: No Need To Panic [itweb]

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Source: 7 Natural Ways of Coping With Anxiety and Panic Attacks | Bio Hormone Health

I think, they (militants) wont have the courage now to attack again as we have already been given them a good example of our strength by killing their all men [on Monday]. However, the electronic media termed it another attack in the airport premises, claiming that there had been a breach. It was blamed for creating most of the panic. The media should avoid using the word attack, said ASF DG Azam Tiwana in a joint briefing with Karachi police chief Ghulam Qadir Thebo and Rangers sector commander Colonel Javed. The airport is completely secured and law-enforcement agencies have the capability to respond. Inside job? Meanwhile, investigators probing Mondays brazen attack on the Karachi airports old terminal have included the possibilities of internal ASF involvement and airport staff. Agencies have started reviewing the record of staffers cell phones and keeping an eye on their movement, officials told The Express Tribune. In the majority of the major attacks, including PNS Base Mehran, General Headquarters (GHQ) in Rawalpindi, and PAF Base Minhas, Kamra, investigations showed internal involvement and arrests were made. After the GHQ attack in October 2009 , the army detained Brigadier Ali Khan, an officer who had been serving at the General Headquarters in Rawalpindi, for his alleged ties to an extremist organisation.
Source: Day two?: Panic grips Karachi after firing dubbed an ‘attack’ – The Express Tribune

As the lines between the professional and social use of technology fade, it is even more important to recognise the significance of distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks, their probability and the damage they can do. This is according to senior engineer at F5 Networks, Martin Walshaw, who adds that the decreasing number of bots now available means that hactivists and other cyber criminals are finding new ways in which to amplify their attacks and, as a result, DDoS attacks are becoming a more popular vector. “To the uninitiated, the nature of a DDoS attack can be a scary, stressful ordeal. It’s not surprising either; slow network performance or Web site downtime can be costly for businesses such banks, who are typically targeted with attacks like this,” explains Walshaw. Walshaw urges organisations not to panic, but to instead gather the operations and applications team leads need to verify which areas are being attacked and to officially confirm the attack, and make sure everyone agrees on which areas are affected. “There should be triage decisions made to keep your high-value apps alive. When you’re under an intense DDoS attack and you have limited resources, focus on protecting revenue generators,” adds Walshaw. “Keep the business running and whitelist the IP addresses of trusted remote users that require access and main list this list.
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