A Boom Summer Cyber Threats: Voxility Stops DDoS Attacks larger than 1Tbps Every Two days

DDoS Attacks Vaxility

The IaaS Provider saw a record number of DDoS attacks in July and August focused on its customers’ cloud hosting infrastructure in Europe and Asia.

London, UK, 28 September 2021 – Voxility, an international Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) provider, stopped multiple 1Tbps+ waves of Distributed Denial of Service, DDoS attacks on its customers’ digital infrastructure in July and August 2021. Unlike previous periods, DDoS attacks are being co-ordinated to start with extremely high volumes of traffic followed by frequent but low intensity attacks. The unusual pattern of attacks were focused on customers’ infrastructure in Asia and Europe and seem to have originated in China.

Some of the most notorious waves peaked at 1,130 gigabits per second (Gbps), 1,040 Gbps and 1,010 Gbps accompanied subsequently by lower intensity attacks averaging 800 – 990 Gbps over July and August months. These were made up of volumetric User Datagram Protocol (UDP) flood, comprising abnormally large UDP packets, DNS amplification, and UDP packets without payload, to overwhelm infrastructure ports with bad IP traffic. In August 2021, the network operator mitigated its largest attack to date with a peak attack of 1,130 Gbps, targeting a European Cloud Service provider.

“The summer of 2021 has seen a significant increase in large DDoS attacks as cyber security threat actors continue to exploit new vulnerabilities exposed by the continued rush towards digitalization brought about by COVID-19 pandemic. While the motivations behind these huge attacks are unclear at this point, we have been proactive in deploying automated network solutions that adapt and evolve to manage and instantly mitigate these ever growing attack incidents,” said Maria Sirbu, VP of Corporate Communications at Voxility.

“During this summer, large 1Tbps+ attacks have become quite the norm, with major DDoS Attacks incidents mitigated every two days. As DDoS attacks increase in size and complexity, we are prepared to protect our customers’ services and applications and enable them to benefit from flexible and agile private infrastructure at the edge.”

Voxility offers anti-DDoS BGP tunnels for networks operating their own ASN as well as secure Ethernet uplinks with in-line DDoS filters. Its DDoS Protection enables traffic to be automatically and instantly filtered during an attack. The solution keeps critical online services safe from any type of DDoS attack, including Layer 7.

Voxility is the first choice of many companies around the world looking for custom-built infrastructure solutions and tailored support, due to its massive bandwidth capacity and network features. Its 2,5Tbps+ edge traffic network is directly connected to around 1,650 other networks for the best regional content distribution to quickly deliver almost all kinds of enterprise hardware and network configurations in London, Frankfurt, Vienna, Amsterdam, Prague, Madrid, Bucharest, Washington, Los Angeles, and Miami.

Learn more about Voxility’s DDoS services here: https://www.voxility.com/anti-ddos

About Voxility

Voxility provides Infrastructure-as-a-Service in the biggest Internet hubs in the world. In other words, we rent or sell hardware, network equipment, Internet access, and security services to those who are interested to have a serious online business. We do this in the unquestionable most interconnected, best data centers in the world. Voxility network is directly connected to more than 1650 BGP peers and according to peeringdb.com ranks in the top 100 largest internet networks on the planet based on listed public interconnections capacity. Voxility typically serves Telco, Datacentres, Hosting, and Cloud Service Providers looking for custom-built infrastructure and tailored support supported by massive bandwidth capacity, competitive pricing, and secure network features.

For more information, visit [www.voxility.com]

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