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2014-06-20 09:19:44 PM
That's cool
 
2014-06-20 10:58:57 PM
That's insane
 
2014-06-20 11:54:38 PM
Looked like a game of Plague, Inc.

cdn1.sbnation.com
 
2014-06-21 12:16:57 AM
Shut. Down. Everything.
 
2014-06-21 12:32:35 AM

HawgWild: Looked like a game of Plague, Inc.

[cdn1.sbnation.com image 422x316]


It reminded me of a nuclear strike in Superpower 2.
 
2014-06-21 01:53:00 AM
 
2014-06-21 02:44:46 AM
"Hello Professor Falken. Would you like to play a game?"
 
2014-06-21 04:04:07 AM

netizencain: That's cool


sprong89: That's insane


warosu.org
 
2014-06-21 04:06:00 AM

corq: "Hello Professor Falken. Would you like to play a game?"


Love to. How about Global Thermonuclear War?
 
2014-06-21 04:34:06 AM
images2.static-bluray.com
 
2014-06-21 04:49:39 AM
Q: Why did the Chinese want to shut down Facebook?
A: They were jealous of all the great walls.
 
2014-06-21 04:51:25 AM
s.pro-gmedia.com
 
2014-06-21 04:53:20 AM
Oh, wait, this is better:

www.wayoftherodent.com
 
2014-06-21 05:00:36 AM
Sooooo, cyberwarfare exercise/show of force then?
 
2014-06-21 05:01:07 AM
 
2014-06-21 05:58:02 AM
*Like*
 
2014-06-21 06:39:04 AM
Why did they want to attack Facebook in the first place?
 
2014-06-21 06:40:12 AM

TuteTibiImperes: HawgWild: Looked like a game of Plague, Inc.

[cdn1.sbnation.com image 422x316]

It reminded me of a nuclear strike in Superpower 2.



blog.codinghorror.com
 
2014-06-21 06:55:02 AM

Cloudchaser Sakonige the Red Wolf: Why did they want to attack Facebook in the first place?


Easy money?  Short a publicly traded stock, DDOS the site, watch prices drop, profit?
 
2014-06-21 06:58:31 AM

falkensmaze: corq: "Hello Professor Falken. Would you like to play a game?"

Love to. How about Global Thermonuclear War?


How about a nice game of chess?
 
2014-06-21 07:18:13 AM

Fark_Guy_Rob: Cloudchaser Sakonige the Red Wolf: Why did they want to attack Facebook in the first place?

Easy money?  Short a publicly traded stock, DDOS the site, watch prices drop, profit?


There was only a 2.00 drop over the last five days and it recovered.  Interesting theory, though.  At the end of the day, it's just a lot of people expressing opinions with money and the people with the strongest opinions get paid.  It's a cross between D&D and a bookie joint.
 
2014-06-21 07:59:07 AM

sendtodave: http://map.ipviking.com/

pewpewlasers


I can't stop watching...
 
2014-06-21 08:28:09 AM
Only the idiot drones gave a fark
 
2014-06-21 08:29:06 AM
Also, NORAD would still be 100% functional, if its Internet pipes were DDOSed, whereas FB or Fark wouldn't.

Semi-competent hackers wouldn't rely on a DDOS to take down a military installation.
 
2014-06-21 08:44:21 AM
Seem's like Start Trek TOS were saw the future after all......all you need now are disintegration chambers......

www.homevideos.com
 
2014-06-21 08:47:53 AM

revn67: Seem's like Start Trek TOS were saw the future after all......all you need now are disintegration chambers......

[www.homevideos.com image 266x199]



It seems like Start Trek TOS saw the future after all.  (Fixed it, first cup of coffee kicked in)
 
2014-06-21 09:04:56 AM

MythDragon: TuteTibiImperes: HawgWild: Looked like a game of Plague, Inc.

[cdn1.sbnation.com image 422x316]

It reminded me of a nuclear strike in Superpower 2.


[blog.codinghorror.com image 479x359]


I have to assume that game is somewhat obscure.  I have not heard anybody even mention it in decades.
 
2014-06-21 09:19:48 AM
Zerg rush?
 
2014-06-21 09:21:43 AM

revn67: revn67: Seem's like Start Trek TOS were saw the future after all......all you need now are disintegration chambers......

[www.homevideos.com image 266x199]


It seems like Start Trek TOS saw the future after all.  (Fixed it, first cup of coffee kicked in)


Think you need a second cup.
 
2014-06-21 09:49:51 AM
Its pretty obvious that the Chinese hate Facebook for cooperating with the US government in gathering information on American citizens. I can tell by the lack of action from within the US that Americans don't care.
 
2014-06-21 10:05:45 AM

Giltric: Its pretty obvious that the Chinese hate Facebook for cooperating with the US government in gathering information on American citizens. I can tell by the lack of action from within the US that Americans don't care.


Thank the Lord we have the brave civil-rights crusaders of the Chinese government on our side.
 
2014-06-21 10:11:31 AM

Cloudchaser Sakonige the Red Wolf: Why did they want to attack Facebook in the first place?


Because they didn't want to attack anything of any importance.
 
2014-06-21 10:13:04 AM
It only took 30 minutes because someone was clicking through imgur for 25 minutes before someone else said "yo poison these chinese routes for a bit"

ddos is easily mitigated and hardly impressive. in fact, we could do much more to stop these types of events dead in their tracks much more quickly. but allowing them to a degree helps us learn to improve our own networks and policies and learn the behaviors and capabilities of these types of events as they strengthen and evolve over time.

You could have the major ISPs and tier 1 providers detecting these things and killing them seconds after they start to happen, but we take a 'wait and see' approach, letting the destination networks notify it's upstream peers if, when and how it wants it the traffic to stop. Our protocols have developed to defer policy responsibility to those who are either receiving, or at least being impacted by the event and everyone involved gains valuable intel in the process.

If chinese dos'ers actually did something impressive?
There have been a couple events where several providers have gotten together and said "why do we even bother routing these guys?"
I'll tell you this; they aren't legally required to.

China may one day do something impressive.
And on that day, just about when they start patting each other on the back, they'll suddenly realize they can't even route to the western hemisphere
... and that instead of beating up on someone else, all they did was shiat their own bed!
 
2014-06-21 10:25:34 AM
Tunisian Hackers XhackerTN Claim the Largest DDoS attack in the History of the Internet against Facebook at 840Gbps/Minute
http://arabcrunch.com/2014/06/tunisian-hackers-xhackertn-claims-the- la rgest-ddos-attack-in-the-history-of-the-internet-against-facebook-at-8 40gbps-minute.html

Last Friday 6/62014 facebook users around the world were reporting that facebook is down, ...
XhackerTN the Tunisian hacker group claimed responsibility for distributing facebook, mentioning that they launched the largest DDoS attack in the history of the internet at 840Gbps/ Minute targeting facebook.
The attack according to xHackerTN happened between 14:30 to 16:00 pm. GMT time.
Hackers said the reason why facebook is being targeted is that because the site close the accounts and profiles of Anonymous hacker groups who target "Israel" especially Anons.
 
2014-06-21 10:29:23 AM

MurphyMurphy: It only took 30 minutes because someone was clicking through imgur for 25 minutes before someone else said "yo poison these chinese routes for a bit"

ddos is easily mitigated and hardly impressive. in fact, we could do much more to stop these types of events dead in their tracks much more quickly. but allowing them to a degree helps us learn to improve our own networks and policies and learn the behaviors and capabilities of these types of events as they strengthen and evolve over time.

You could have the major ISPs and tier 1 providers detecting these things and killing them seconds after they start to happen, but we take a 'wait and see' approach, letting the destination networks notify it's upstream peers if, when and how it wants it the traffic to stop. Our protocols have developed to defer policy responsibility to those who are either receiving, or at least being impacted by the event and everyone involved gains valuable intel in the process.

If chinese dos'ers actually did something impressive?
There have been a couple events where several providers have gotten together and said "why do we even bother routing these guys?"
I'll tell you this; they aren't legally required to.

China may one day do something impressive.
And on that day, just about when they start patting each other on the back, they'll suddenly realize they can't even route to the western hemisphere
... and that instead of beating up on someone else, all they did was shiat their own bed!


Does that mean I'll be able to play Guild Wars again?
 
2014-06-21 10:37:49 AM
Well just unplug the dam thing
www.swforum.de
After very careful consideration I've come to the conclusion that your system sucks
I'd piss on a sparkplug if I thought it'd do any good
 
2014-06-21 10:57:58 AM

The hopeless imp: MurphyMurphy: It only took 30 minutes because someone was clicking through imgur for 25 minutes before someone else said "yo poison these chinese routes for a bit"

ddos is easily mitigated and hardly impressive. in fact, we could do much more to stop these types of events dead in their tracks much more quickly. but allowing them to a degree helps us learn to improve our own networks and policies and learn the behaviors and capabilities of these types of events as they strengthen and evolve over time.

You could have the major ISPs and tier 1 providers detecting these things and killing them seconds after they start to happen, but we take a 'wait and see' approach, letting the destination networks notify it's upstream peers if, when and how it wants it the traffic to stop. Our protocols have developed to defer policy responsibility to those who are either receiving, or at least being impacted by the event and everyone involved gains valuable intel in the process.

If chinese dos'ers actually did something impressive?
There have been a couple events where several providers have gotten together and said "why do we even bother routing these guys?"
I'll tell you this; they aren't legally required to.

China may one day do something impressive.
And on that day, just about when they start patting each other on the back, they'll suddenly realize they can't even route to the western hemisphere
... and that instead of beating up on someone else, all they did was shiat their own bed!

Does that mean I'll be able to play Guild Wars again?


Probably not. What it does mean is this - on the Internet as in life, a small percentage of people are responsible for a large percent of the annoyances. A very quick and easy way to avoid bad things happening on your network is to just black hole all internet traffic coming from Russia, China and the poor countries surrounding them. And some companies do that individually, but the Internet's backbone does not because as long as we have the capacity then there is value in watching that traffic. If someday somebody from there causes something conspicuously bad to happen in the US, then the North American backbone is simply going to drop all traffic coming from there and problem solved.
 
2014-06-21 11:11:40 AM

revn67: revn67: Seem's like Start Trek TOS were saw the future after all......all you need now are disintegration chambers......

[www.homevideos.com image 266x199]

It seems like Start Trek TOS saw the future after all.  (Fixed it, first cup of coffee kicked in)



The flying fark is a Start Trek?  It that like a Shart Wars? Or a Raiders of the Last Fart: The Last Kool Aid?
 
2014-06-21 12:26:11 PM

toyotaboy: Well just unplug the dam thing
[www.swforum.de image 384x288]
After very careful consideration I've come to the conclusion that your system sucks
I'd piss on a sparkplug if I thought it'd do any good


This is just one of the life-altering situations that lead him to his "live and let live" philosophy that allowed him to be so supported of his son's gay marriage, although he and his wife had a small breakup during it.
 
2014-06-21 12:52:48 PM

The Billdozer: toyotaboy: Well just unplug the dam thing
[www.swforum.de image 384x288]
After very careful consideration I've come to the conclusion that your system sucks
I'd piss on a sparkplug if I thought it'd do any good

This is just one of the life-altering situations that lead him to his "live and let live" philosophy that allowed him to be so supported of his son's gay marriage, although he and his wife had a small breakup during it.

  get the hell out of the military, collect his pension and move to a small town in Alaska.

timstvshowcase.com

/hot like o'connell
 
2014-06-21 01:02:37 PM
img.fark.net
 
2014-06-21 01:24:04 PM
U.S. First Strike
U.S.S.R. First Strike
NATO / Warsaw Pact
Far East Strategy
U.S. / U.S.S.R. escalation
Middle East War
U.S.S.R. / China Attack
India / Pakistan War
Mediterranean War
Hong Kong Variant
SEATO Decapitating
Cuban Provocation
Inadvertent
Atlantic Heavy
Cuban Paramilitary
Nicaraguan Pre-emptive
Pacific Territorial
Burmese Theaterwide
Turkish Decoy
NATO (obstructed)
Argentina Escalation
Iceland Maximum
Arabian Theaterwide
U.S. Subversion
Australian Maneuver
(ostructed) Diversion
(obstructed) Limited
Sudan Surprise
NATO Territorial
Zaire Alliance
Iceland Incident
English Escalation
Zaire Screen
(obstructed)
Middle East Heavy
Mexican Takeover
Chad Alert
Saudi Maneuver
African Territorial
Ethiopian Calamity
Canadian (obstructed)
Turkish Heavy
NATO Incursion
U.S. Defense
Cambodian Heavy
(Warsaw) Pact Medium
Arctic Minimal
Mexican Domestic
Taiwanese Theaterwide
Pacific Maneuver
Portugal Revolution
Albanian Decoy
Palestinian Local
Moroccan Minimal
(obstructed) Diversion
Czech Option
French Alliance
Arabian Clandestine
Gabon Rebellion
Northern Maximum
(obstructed) Sabotage
(obstructed) Paramilitary
SEATO Takeover
Hawaiian Escalation
Iranian Maneuver
NATO Containment
Swiss Incident
Cuba Minimal
Chad (obstructed)
Iceland Escalation
Vietnamese Retaliation
Syrian Provocation
Libyan Local
Gabon Takeover
Romanian War
Middle East Offensive
Denmark Massive
Chile Confrontation
South African Subversion
U.S.S.R. Alert
Nicaraguan Thrust
Greenland Domestic
Iceland Heavy
Kenya Option
Pacific Defense
Uganda Maximum
Thai Subversion
Romanian Strike
Pakistan Sovereignty
Afghan Misdirection
Thai Variation
Northern Territorial
Polish Paramilitary
South African Offensive
Panama Misdirection
Scandinavian Domestic
Jordan Pre-emptive
English Thrust
Burmese Manuever
Spain Counter
Arabian Offensive
Chad Interdiction
Taiwan Misdirection
Bangladesh Theaterwide
Ethiopian Local
Italian Takeover
Vietnamese Incident
English Pre-emptive
Denmark Alternate
Thai Confrontation
Taiwan Surprise
Brazilian Strike
Venezuela Sudden
Malaysian Alert
Israel Discretionary
Libyan Action
Palestinian Tactical
NATO Alternate
Cyprus (misspelled "Cypress") Maneuver
Egypt Misdirection
Bangladesh Thrust
Kenya Defense
Bangladesh Containment
Vietnamese Strike
Albanian Containment
Gabon Surprise
Iraq Sovereignty
Vietnamese Sudden
Lebanon Interdiction
Taiwan Domestic
Algerian Sovereignty
Arabian Strike
Atlantic Sudden
Mongolian Thrust
Polish Decoy
Alaskan Discretionary
Canadian Thrust
Arabian Light
South African Domestic
Tunisian Incident
Malaysian Maneuver
Jamaica Decoy
Malaysian Minimal
Russian Sovereignty
Chad Option
Bangladesh War
Burmese Containment
Asian Theaterwide
Bulgarian Clandestine
Greenland Incursion
Egypt Surgical
Czech Heavy
Taiwan Confrontation
Greenland Maximum
Uganda Offensive
Caspian Defense
 
2014-06-21 02:48:12 PM
Most of these DDOS attacks use UDP amplification attacks... Simply put, an attacker sends a small packet to a server that will return a large answer, but they forge the return address (easy to do with UDP).. So they put their victim's address in as the return address.. Send a 100 byte packet, get a 100k byte packet sent to your victim. 

The simplest way to mostly eliminate these is by the ISP's not routingUDP packets that have a return address that is not on their network. That would make 99% of these attacks in impossible, or at least orders of magnitude smaller.
 
2014-06-21 03:53:26 PM

buckler: U.S. First Strike
U.S.S.R. First Strike
NATO / Wars.... *SNIP*


Is this list your attempt at DDOSing Fark's comments?
 
2014-06-21 04:03:00 PM

moogoob: buckler: U.S. First Strike
U.S.S.R. First Strike
NATO / Wars.... *SNIP*

Is this list your attempt at DDOSing Fark's comments?


It's the title list of strategic nuclear war scenarios that WOPR runs through during the film "Wargames".
 
2014-06-21 04:06:55 PM

garion: The simplest way to mostly eliminate these is by the ISP's not routingUDP packets that have a return address that is not on their network. That would make 99% of these attacks in impossible, or at least orders of magnitude smaller.


I'd insert a snarky remark about them passing down the costs of such change to the customers, but I just get angry and want to burn down the corporate office.
 
2014-06-21 04:13:45 PM
www.atarimania.com
 
2014-06-21 04:48:40 PM

TheMega: The flying fark is a Start Trek


Start Trek was The Fellowship of The Ring, when they all got together and began walking. End Trek was The Return of the King.
 
2014-06-21 05:36:07 PM

toyotaboy: I'd piss on a sparkplug if I thought it'd do any good


Best line of the movie.
 
2014-06-22 12:38:22 AM

garion: Most of these DDOS attacks use UDP amplification attacks... Simply put, an attacker sends a small packet to a server that will return a large answer, but they forge the return address (easy to do with UDP).. So they put their victim's address in as the return address.. Send a 100 byte packet, get a 100k byte packet sent to your victim. 

The simplest way to mostly eliminate these is by the ISP's not routingUDP packets that have a return address that is not on their network. That would make 99% of these attacks in impossible, or at least orders of magnitude smaller.


Serious question: Why don't they do it then?
 
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