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Backbone DDoS
    Dateline: 10/22/2002

At 1:45pm for about one hour an extremely large distributed denial-of-server (DDoS) attack took place. The target of the attack were the 13 DNS root servers, which are responsible forhelping to resolving domain names to their respective IP's. Even though 9 of the 13 servers were disabled in the attack, the remaining were able to support the additional load without any widespead problems. Prior to this attack, the largest outage for the root registry was 7 machines in July of 1997, due to a technical problem.

This graph shows the Global Traffic Index for the 24 hour period of this event.

Red indicates the maximum
Purple indicates the average

This graph shows the Global Response Time for the 24 hour period of this event.

Red indicates the maximum
Purple indicates the average

This graph shows the Global Packet Loss for the 24 hour period of this event.

Red indicates the maximum
Purple indicates the average


 
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