Posts Tagged ‘DDoS’

This is the third attack on the InBoxRevenge antispam forums within one month. The first DDoS attack which was posted below was on October 28, 2009. Since about 10:45 Eastern Time on Monday, November 16th, 2009, IBR’s forums are once again offline. We will give you more details as they become available. It seems that […]


As of October 31st, 2009, the attackers were DDoSing InBoxRevenge website again. This is where the IBR anti-spam forum is hosted, though the content is definitely offline at this time. Early morning 11/1/09 it was reported by @themarkgiles Twitter user that IBR was under a flood attack from 750 bot IPs at a rate of […]


Inboxrevenge.com, the little forum that creates big headaches for internet criminals, is under another distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack. That means hundreds or thousands of zombie computers — computers like yours that have been infected by malware and put under the control of criminals — are all trying to access the site simultaneously. Websites […]


ASN stands for Autonomous System Number. AS or ASN followed by a number is used to identify an autonomous system on the internet by people who manage networks on the Internet. One well-known example of an ASN is AT&T whose is ASN7018. Most people who may be network engineers are concerned with ASNs. Also, netizens […]