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Twitter shaken by denial-of-service attack | Twitter is currently trying to battle a denial-of-service attack, with the website announcing the problem on Status blog. Buying advice from the leading technology site

from Mail Online

WikiLeaks says it was under 'unrelenting' cyber attack on Election Day #DailyMail | These are some of the stories. See the rest @ or Video’s @ And @

from BBC News

The creators of online game Wurm are offering a 10,000-euro bounty to catch whoever took company servers offline with a denial of service attack.


He added: ”Every TV station, with the exception of Fox, is controlled by Clinton supporters.”Mr Assange claimed Mrs Clinton supporters had tried to shut down Wikileaks by cyber attacks, including denial of service attacks. He claimed he had then been subjected to a smear campaign with "fake documents" being served at the United Nations and in the UK. (Consider your vote as not being for the person, but for your sovereignty and against the global eliteists for goodness sake!)

from the Guardian

Anonymous thought to have used denial-of-service attack on site in protest against extradition of UK citizens to US.

from The Independent

Much of the internet appears to be broken. And it's all because of one cyber attack. A distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack has taken down systems run by Dyn, Inc, one of the largest providers of internet services in the world. And as a result it seems to be causing problems for a variety of websites – including Reddit, Spotify and Twitter.

Hackers against the Islamic State or ISIS have claimed that the BBC website downtime during New Year's Eve was their DDoS attack, but with no bad intentions. BBC websites were down for several hours during the evening before January 1, 2016. A company source inside BBC admitted that there was a distributed denial of service attack that took the websites down.