Russia releases list of IPs and domains allegedly attacking its information resources with DDoS attacks

The Russian government has released a list of more than 17,500 IP addresses and 174 internet domains allegedly involved in distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks on Russian information resources. The list includes the US FBI and CIA’s homepages, and other sites with top-level domain (TLD) extensions denoting they are registered through countries such as Belarus, Germany, Ukraine, Georgia, and the EU. The Russian government did not provide any proof backing up its claims about the IP addresses and domains on its list.