Linode struck by ‘catastrophic DDoS attack’ over Labor Day weekend (Silicon Angle)
Update - Some users may be experiencing delayed DNS resolution in Atlanta due to filtering that has been put in place. We are currently working to reconfigure where necessary and restore normal DNS resolution.
Sep 4, 20:13 UTC
Monitoring - We have implemented upstream mitigation at this time and Atlanta IP service has returned to normal. We will continue closely watching the situation for further adaptation to these measures.
Sep 4, 16:45 UTC
Identified - The attacks in Atlanta have returned and are significantly impacting connectivity. We are working toward mitigation.
Sep 4, 13:54 UTC
Monitoring - The attacks have not stopped yet and our Network Engineers are still actively mitigating the DDoS attacks. However, the status of the network has improved significantly, and customers who are not in the affected ranges should now be stable. If you are still experiencing connectivity issues or have a Linode in one of the affected ranges, please reach out to our Customer Support Team for assistance in obtaining an additional IP address as a temporary workaround.
Sep 4, 07:30 UTC
Connectivity Issues in Atlanta
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We have been experiencing a catastrophic DDoS attack which is being spread across hundreds of different IP addresses in rapid succession, making mitigation extremely difficult. We are currently working with our upstreams to implement more complete mitigation.
Posted 38 minutes ago. Sep 04, 2016 - 00:45 UTC
We've identified a distributed DoS attack as the cause of impacted connectivity in Atlanta and we're working to mitigate it. Further updates will be provided as they become available.
Posted about 4 hours ago. Sep 03, 2016 - 21:14 UTC
This incident affects: Atlanta.
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