kierny writes: The tables turned Thursday on anarchic Dutch hosting provider CyberBunker, which has been accused of backing an Internet-busting DDoS disruption campaign against anti-spam site Spamhaus. But as of Thursday morning, CyberBunker found its own "bulletproof" website knocked offline, making it the apparent victim of a sustained DDoS attack. Similarly, the website of the Stophaus.com campaign that's been organizing the attacks was also disrupted, displaying on a "database error." No one has claimed credit for the pro-Spamhaus takedowns.
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