Resolved
After 40 minutes

Everything is stable and operating normally once again, we apologize for any inconvenience caused by this attack.

Recovering
After 26 minutes

We have pushed the nullroute to our upstream and the network is back online, the DC will proceed to investigate their system to ensure future nullroutes are correctly pushed the first time around. We will continue to monitor our network closely to ensure everything is back to normal.

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After 13 minutes

Our system had automatically nullrouted the IP that was under attack but this was not pushed up the chain to our upstream as expected, our DC is currently working on fixing their system and applying the nullroute. More updates to follow.

Identified

Our New Jersey network is currently facing a large DDoS attack, our DC engineers are working on mitigation to get our network back online. We will provide updates as we learn more.

Began at:

Affected components
  • Website / Client Area
  • Virtual Server Control Panel
  • Dedicated Server Control Panel
  • Piscataway, New Jersey
    • Shared / Reseller Hosting
    • Virtual Servers
    • Dedicated Servers