Large network security companies often report websites, called Booters, that offer DDoS attacks as a paid service as the primary reason for the increase in occurrence and power of attacks. Although hundreds of active Booters exist today, only a handful of those that promoted massive attacks faced mitigation and prosecution actions. In this tutorial article we focus our attention on Booters that are "under the radar" of security initiatives, by advertising high attack power and being very popular on the Internet. We discuss and provide grounds for critical thinking on what should be further done toward Booter mitigation.
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