DDoS attacks on major US banks are no Stuxnet—here's why

The attacks that recently disrupted website operations at Bank of America and at least five other major US banks used compromised Web servers to flood their targets with above-average amounts of Internet traffic.

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The attacks used compromised Web servers to wield a bigger-than-average club.

The distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks—which over the past two weeks also caused disruptions at JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo, US Bancorp, Citigroup, and PNC Bank—were waged by hundreds of compromised servers.

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