Europol is now After Those Who Purchased DdoS Services ByBill Toulas-January 29, 2019.292 Europol plans to conduct DdoS attacks on 250 people who hired webstresser.org. In the Netherlands and the Uk the prosecutions have started while more will follow soon. No leniency will be shown to any of those services ‘ customers irrespective of the severity of the attacks requested. In 2018, no matter the size of the ordered attack, Europol and the Fbi seized the operation-bought services from them. As a spokesperson for Europol told the press: “Size doesn’t matter all rates of users are under the law enforcement radar whether it’s a player booting the competition out of a game or a high-level hacker carrying out DdoS attacks on corporate targets for financial gain.” Webstresser.org was one of the most active DdoS attack services launching a total of 4 million attacks, so our gue was one of the most prolific. The cost of launching an attack via webstresser.org was about $15 so practically anyone else could have pointed to a DdoS onset. DdoS attacks are still one of the most significant threats to the internet in general, as they can cause extreme problems for the activity of organizations of businesses and even of entire countries. Therefore, there is no patience with these situations as a clear message must be delivered to all manner of things. Though big-fish DdoS for hire services is now being knocked out smaller providers of similar services are still selling their arsenal to those who are willing to pay for it so the duty to shut down those has moved on to the hosting countries. At the moment 17 European countries are actively pursuing DdoS service providers and sharing data with Europol about their customers. As we have recently covered DdoS attack groups, their tactics are expanding to threaten Isps with the widespread small-size overload that keeps them secret and risky. This makes the authorities extra defensive against a constantly evolving threat against any online organization into a canny tool.