Aug 23, 2017 · The recent Blizzard DDoS attack has roiled the online gaming industry, which must now prepare for more and increasingly virulent assaults from hackers.

Mar 17, 2020 · Of course, Blizzard is no stranger to DDOS attacks either, so we will have to wait for confirmation from Blizzard on the exact cause of the connectivity issues. Sep 07, 2019 · It seems that even Blizzard's World of Warcraft can be a cruel, cruel mistress. Unfortunate fans of the classic WoW experience had their days ruined today by a sustained DDOS attack on Blizzard's Blizzard Entertainment is a PC, console, and mobile game developer known for its epic multiplayer titles including the Warcraft, Diablo, StarCraft, and Overwatch series. Blizzard’s North America customer support team reports that the servers are now back online and stable. The wave of DDoS attacks began yesterday at 3 pm BTS Kotaku reports, and a Twitter account Blizzard swiftly announced the disruption as a DDoS attack rather than some sort of issue with the servers that had naturally occurred. During this time, communication was disrupted and many chat forms – Battle.net, guild chat, and the like – were unavailable.

Sep 07, 2019 · It seems that even Blizzard's World of Warcraft can be a cruel, cruel mistress. Unfortunate fans of the classic WoW experience had their days ruined today by a sustained DDOS attack on Blizzard's

Aug 23, 2017 · The recent Blizzard DDoS attack has roiled the online gaming industry, which must now prepare for more and increasingly virulent assaults from hackers. "DDoS attacks abusing the WS-Discovery protocol have increased," says security researcher Troy Mursch. Blizzard's immensely popular World of Warcraft Classic went down sporadically for hours Jul 09, 2018 · Blizzard is once again facing DDoS attacks which is currently affecting all of its game servers and as a result, no one is able to play any of their games let alone Overwatch. This time around, the DDoS attack started off with creating login issues for Blizzard players. This is something that happens whenever more IP addresses try to login to the server. As a result, the server starts taking PoodleCorp are claiming responsibilty however they've only claimed to have pulled Blizzard's US servers, when it was a worldwide reset simultaniously. It should also be noted the claims that they pulled Pokemon Go twice were false and given that Blizzard servers probably have insane DDOS protection, I'm willing to bet these claims are also false.

OP specifically said “illegal D3 software from the deep web” genius. He then acted like D3 players were the cause of Blizzard’s server issues. Reading is fundamental. I’m fully aware what a ddos is. Did someone launch a distributed denial of service attack on your brain? You clearly have no idea what the thread is about.

Mar 17, 2020 · Of course, Blizzard is no stranger to DDOS attacks either, so we will have to wait for confirmation from Blizzard on the exact cause of the connectivity issues. Sep 07, 2019 · It seems that even Blizzard's World of Warcraft can be a cruel, cruel mistress. Unfortunate fans of the classic WoW experience had their days ruined today by a sustained DDOS attack on Blizzard's Blizzard Entertainment is a PC, console, and mobile game developer known for its epic multiplayer titles including the Warcraft, Diablo, StarCraft, and Overwatch series. Blizzard’s North America customer support team reports that the servers are now back online and stable. The wave of DDoS attacks began yesterday at 3 pm BTS Kotaku reports, and a Twitter account Blizzard swiftly announced the disruption as a DDoS attack rather than some sort of issue with the servers that had naturally occurred. During this time, communication was disrupted and many chat forms – Battle.net, guild chat, and the like – were unavailable. Jun 02, 2020 · People really think the attack is from noble hackers who want to punish Blizzard for their Hong-Kong bullshit? Oh boy. If anything it's more likely from racist shitheads who didn't like their Black Lives Matter statement. But they get DDOS'd every few weeks anyway, the ones doing it don't need a specific reason.