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To understand the significance of modern hacking, it may help to briefly examine how DDoS attacks have evolved. Not long ago, if one wanted to take down large Web site, one had to build and maintain a large robot network, or “botnet,” of hacked computers — which is a fairly time intensive, risky and technical endeavour.

These days, however, even the least sophisticated Internet user can launch relatively large DDoS attacks just by paying a few bucks for a subscription to one of dozens of booster or stressors services, some of which even accept credit cards and PayPal payments.

I will disclose the roots of hacking mediums through which hackers groups and sometimes governments are fighting the proxy wars in this modern age.