Ubisoft has filed a lawsuit against a website that provides users with DDoS services worldwide. The company claims that the site was used to disrupt Rainbow Six Siege servers.
According to court documents obtained by Polygon, Ubisoft has filed a lawsuit against the owner of the SNG.ONE website, accusing its users of launch ing a DDoS attack in DNG. Rainbow Six: Siege
The site sells lifetime subscriptions to its servers and also offers monthly plans. Screenshots taken by the site's Ubisoft show that "Fortnite, FIFA 20 and Call of Duty: Modern W arfare 4 are potential targets."
Multiple individuals were mentioned in a lawsuit filed in California on January 16.
In September, Ubisoft noticed an increase in DDoS and DoS attacks against R6S servers. It identified the worst offenders and issued a permanent ban.
The company said at the time that it would also take legal action against the most serious offenders and begin issuing stop and termination orders to websites and those hosting DDoS services.