But the problem of DNS-amplified attacks has been growing exponentially in just the past few months.
The ongoing attacks against U.S. bank websites which began last September use the tactic, and have reached 100 Gbps at times.
If this week's unrelated attacks truly did hit 300 Gbps, the end to the open-DNS server model may be inevitable.
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