Russian cybersecurity company Kaspersky Lab has found a “noticeable decline” in the number of overall distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks and a change to how they were dispersed by country. Kaspersky released late last week its Q1 2017 DDoS Intelligence Report, which confirms forecasts about the evolution of DDoS attacks made by the company’s experts following the company’s 2016 results. Despite the growing popularity of complex DDoS attacks continuing into the first quarter of the year, there were some major changes, Kaspersky noted in a statement.
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