Phone calls disrupted by ongoing DDoS cyber attack on VOIP.ms

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Phone calls disrupted by ongoing DDoS cyber attack on VOIP.ms

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Phone calls disrupted by ongoing DDoS cyber attack on VOIP.ms

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Quebec-based provider of telephony services VoIP.ms is facing an aggressive Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) cyber attack, causing a disruption in phone calls and services. The incident began around September 16 and has put a strain on the VoIP provider’s systems, websites, and operations.

VoIP.ms serves over 80,000 customers across 125 countries, many of whom are now facing issues with voice calls.

Voice calls and services disrupted by DDoS attack

Last week, Canadian voice-over-IP service provider VoIP.ms announced that it became aware of an issue that was preventing customers from accessing its website and was working toward a solution. Fast-forward to today: the issue is ongoing and has been attributed to a persistent DDoS attack.

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Threat actors asking $4.2 million from VoIP.ms to stop DDoS attack.

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