Hardly, all it would do is disconnect the links, the attack would carry on ultimately but the traffic would go nowhere. When you reconnect, if the attack is still ongoing it would flood the links all over again.Correct me if i'm wrong, im no expert, wouldn't it be less damaging to just disconnect everything for a couple of hours than having days worth of damage? If everything is disconnected, wouldn't the bot or whatever is causing the attack find there is no result and just move on?
R1700 is the installation cost. R999 Is the connection fee. Most ISP's pay that on your behalf, but you will pay it back or portion of it if you leave in x months. All depends on the contract fine print.Ok, I see what you mean, but I paid the full amount myself to have the line connected, (it was 1700 at the time if I recall).
It was not part of a package from CISP. So this is why, in my case, I won't have that extra charge.
Having said that, I don't think it would have been 999 anyway.
So, for the entirety of the past 48 hours, there hasn't been enough international connectivity for a key locating device to talk to a server.Your Chipolo app has been shut down for the past 48 hours and cannot connect to your Chipolos or update their location
I see, I have been for CISP for long enough then, (well over a year), so I should be fine.R1700 is the installation cost. R999 Is the connection fee. Most ISP's pay that on your behalf, but you will pay it back or portion of it if you leave in x months. All depends on the contract fine print.