Dutch police send warning letters to customers of DDoS booter service

Catalin Cimpanu reports:

Dutch police have taken a rare step this week and sent letters to 29 individuals who used a now-defunct DDoS-for-hire service —also known as a DDoS booter— to launch DDoS attacks against various targets.

In the letters, Dutch officials warned users that they’d been added to a database of past miscreants, and any involvement in new DDoS attacks will lead to a criminal case.

Read more on The Record.

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