Experts have confirmed the Internet is in the midst of the biggest Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks in cyber history .
These recent cyber attacks affect key parts of the Internet’s infrastructure and messes up Internet speeds in several European countries.
According to Mashable, the initial fair game was Spamhaus, a European anti-spam company that blacklists emails considered as spam by its filters and sells the lists to Internet service providers (ISPs).
In mid-March, large-scale but average DDoS attacks hit Spamhaus after it blacklisted controversial web hosting company Cyberbunker.
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