“In hopes of combating ongoing distributed-denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, South Korea recently erected digital ‘bunkers’ throughout their networks, according to a post on ZDNet’s Australian site.

Created to help smaller businesses too poor to defend themselves, the ‘bunkers’ are providing temporary peace of mind and are expected to be used for about a week. With the ‘bunkers’ intact, attackers continue to target the victim’s original IP address, while the company shifts their operations to a new IP address, alleviating stress.”

From Threat Post