Importance of Advertising
Just checking in to see if THE ATTACK has happened yet. Has it happened yet?
watching in 2019, we've been fine…
change udp so that the receiver can approve or block streams of data.
Has their been one yet?
If Net Neutrality Was Passed, This Should Be Legal Too.
More like millions of computers, also they send few Kbs so users don't know they are part of a botnet.
Time to disrupt the internet
Watching after 4 years :V
Is he in a Welsh Pub or something?
So why shut down the relays instead of just requiring that they update to a newly defined UDP protocol that doesn't support this monlist command?
Meanwhile in captions: [SCRIBBLES FURIOUSLY]
I really want to know where Tom can still find Dot Matrix Printing Paper.
Hm…. is this still a thing?
Why is Tom Scott on Computerphile
There is such amazing content on this channel.
2:10 Soviet Union battling against German soilders, circa 1945, colourized
But then your internet would go down
It might be useful to stop skynet though
So, basically a cybernuke?
These people are so smart it blows my mind
Hack the spammer
Github suffered an attack in the level of Tb/s recently and survived 🙂
GitHub laughs 🙂
How can i ddos internet ip? 😀
That just makes me think of lightly taping something and then it blows up in your face.
HERE IS A STREAM OF DATA JUST DEAL WITH IT
ive watched so much computer file, tom scott, matt and tom, and ashens, that youtube seems to genuinely think im british, and is now showing me ads for companies that dont exist in america
I am forever going to remember these metaphors. UDP, the firehose of data.
Wow I just found this channel and I love it.
Can I get attacked oflline without a modem anywhere near me?
i could DOS a 56k connection with a pen
Flash forward three years and we've seen 620Gbps attacks with zero amplification…
So is this DDOS?
In september 2016 there was 1 Tbps attack.
The Internet back then was a creepy place.
I noticed that the captions say "IOS" in a few places, but isn't Tom actually saying "IRC"?
Yep, and lo and behold, it only went and happened, stop giving them ideas 😉
Welp, that's mildly terrifying.
Took 'em two years to get to terabit level attacks.
Funny video to see in wake of the recent DDoS on one of (or was it several?) the largest DNS providers which rendered a lot of web addresses inaccessible.
I just use an xfinity mod
Ah. Well, we're seeing attacks of ~600/700mbps right now. Possibly closer to 1TB/s attacks on the DNS servers. Pretty scary and interesting stuff!
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