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  Reply # 191807 24-Jan-2009 14:20
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Seems to have been resolved about 10 minutes ago. Wonder if they'll issue a statement?

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  Reply # 191833 24-Jan-2009 17:00
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http://tech.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=09/01/24/0113210

" CircleID is reporting a large-scale DDoS attack affecting all of Network Solutions' name servers for the past 48 hours, potentially affecting millions of websites and emails around the world hosting their domain names on the company's servers. The NANOG mailing list indicates that it is due to a very large-scale UDP/53 DDoS which Network Solutions has also confirmed: 'There is a spike in DNS query volumes that is causing latency for the delay in web sites resolving. This is a result of a DDOS attack. We are taking measures to mitigate the attack and speed up queries."" "



 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 192221 27-Jan-2009 09:56
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freyasdad: Seems to have been resolved about 10 minutes ago. Wonder if they'll issue a statement?


This was emailed to all customers. No facts attached though.




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