WOW Classic Gold Blizzard has posted an update regarding a series of September DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attacks that took titles such as Overwatch and World of Warcraft Classic offline.
“Immediately after the Distributed Denial of Service attacks against our game service began the Blizzard Security Team worked around the clock with local and international law enforcement agencies to track down the source of the DDoS,” the forum post by community manager Kaivax reads. “It is our understanding that within a few days authorities were able to successfully identify and arrest a suspect.”
Cloudflare describes a DDoS attack as “a malicious attempt to disrupt normal traffic of a targeted server service or network by overwhelming the target or its surrounding infrastructure with a flood of Internet traffic.”
At 1:11 PM PST Blizzard made a public post that an investigation was ongoing regarding realm stability. Nearly an hour later at 2:25 they confirmed that it was another DDoS attack against network providers.
Though it seems likely Blizzard did not confirm whether this individual was the same person who went by UkDrillas on Twitter who originally took credit for the attacks. On September 7 when players first started complaining of server issues UkDrillas would tweet out 30-minute warnings before another wave of attacks would make logging into WoW Classic nearly impossible on many servers. Shortly after that Twitter account was deleted.
Still Vanilla WOW Gold it’s an incredibly stupid way to get yourself arrested. In both the US and Europe DDoS attacks are considered federal crimes that can lead to a prison sentence of several years. The UK is especially harsh with a maximum sentence of 10 years.
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