The DDoS Attack In Andorra Telecom Servers

Several Twitch streamers from the Spanish-speaking community have begun a new Minecraft series based on ‘The Squid Game.’ The objective was to pass a series of tests in order to win a $100,000 prize pool. However, several of the platform’s content creators were particularly hurt last Friday night and it is that the Andorra Telecom servers were subjected to a DDoS attack.

As some of you may know, Andorra is home to a number of the creators who are currently participating in the ‘Squid Games,’ including Rubius, Auronplay, TheGrefg, Alexby11, and others. The DDoS attack harmed Andorra Telecom, the micro-sole state’s service provider, while he was in the middle of one of his Twitch broadcasts last night.

The attack happened between 8 and 9 p.m., but it wasn’t until 10 p.m. that it was discovered. that the provider confirmed it was a DDoS attack on Twitter. Around 10:30 p.m., the service appeared to be restored.

A DDoS attack is initiated by flooding the target servers, causing them to overload and preventing their operation. They usually run across multiple network points, sending large numbers of requests to the target at the same time.

The series is getting a lot of attention, especially because of the organization behind it, with an average of more than one million viewers across all of these streamers’ broadcasts.

It began last Wednesday, and 147 streamers will compete for a $100,000 prize by completing a series of tests based on the ‘The Squid Game’ series.

The games begin at 20:00 CET each day and last approximately two hours. 41 people have already been eliminated from the competition. On Twitch, we can watch the broadcast from the perspective of each of the participating streamers.

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