DNS DDoS attack shuts down Library of Congress websites for three days

A DNS DDoS attack hit the Library of Congress, disrupting various Library services and websites for three days before IT staff was able to restore normal functionality.

According to Chris Pogue, CISO for Nuix, DDoS attacks have been around for close to 20 years but the best defenses so far to emerge require the use of purpose-built hardware.

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