DD4BC Newbie * Online OnlineIt's a shame for him that I can just shut the server down for a while and join one of the hundred other public p2pool nodes out there.
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Your mining server is extremely vulnerable to ddos attacks
I want to offer you info how to properly setup your protection, so that you can't be ddosed, at >least not with so little power. My price is 2 Bitcoin only.
Right now I'm running small (very small) attack which will not crash your server, but you should >notice it in logs. Just check it.
If I increase the attack size, I could completely crash, it would drop all connections and damage >would be big... Don't worry, I will not do it. Smiley
I want to offer you info on how I did it and what you have to do to prevent it. If interested pay me 2 BTC to 17aLGgw8AwJdqiBtMMG1QtQJgNQQkiyEsp
The real problem is that DD4BC hasn’t been caught. They started going after companies in September 2014, and international law enforcement has not yet been able to successfully track them. The cyberterrorists started with about five attacks each month on bitcoin mining operations, exchanges, and gambling sites. A string of incidents involving DD4BC last year culminated with the creation of a 100 BTC bounty  after the group targeted bitcoin exchange and wallet service Bitalo . This amount swelled to 110 BTC following a contribution by AntPool operator Bitmain during the mining pool attacks. Source: Akamai. The exploits of DD4BC go back at least a year. In November of 2014, reports emerged of the group having sent a note to the Bitalo Bitcoin exchange demanding 1 Bitcoin in return for helping the site enhance its protection against DDoS attacks. At the same time, DD4BC executed a small-scale attack to demonstrate the exchange’s vulnerability to this method of disruption. Suspected Members of Bitcoin Extortion Group DD4BC Captured The European Union’s top law enforcement agency has announced a new crackdown on distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack group DD4BC. • Throughout the rest of 2014, DD4BC attacked various Bitcoin mining pools, Bitcoin exchanges, Bitcoin wallet providers, etc., mostly in Europe and North America. • Most/all targets were Bitcoin-savvy. • Extortion demands have ranged from 1 – 100 Bitcoins: approximately $227USD - $22,700USD.
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