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Anonymous letter Chen large attack on the servers in Turkey
Internet servers had been in Turkey to a letter attack large led to a marked slow in some services and stop others from work as stated AFP AFP quoting some local sources.
The group announced Anonymous claimed responsibility through a video in which she said that these attacks come in response to the Turkish government, which cooperates with the organization of the Islamic state ISIS to buy oil and gas illegally.
During the past two weeks, banks have been Garanti, and Isbank, as well as to Ziraat DDoS denial of service attacks led to the disabled bank transfers completely.
And it threatened Anonymous Turkish government in the video, posted on YouTube and removed later, saying that in the case of the continued support of state regulation of cyber attacks will continue in order to injury DNS servers, and banks, in addition to government websites, as promised by targeting Khodam Turkish airports and military systems.
And all attacks targeting Web sites that possess a wide Domain Name ends with .TR Whatever the activity, whether it is a government institution or an independent institution, where he said site Nic.tr, a non-governmental organization responsible for registering domain .tr, that the attacks currently Organization very comes from sources outside Turkey.
In spite of the adoption of Anonymous for the attacks, but experts they put two possibilities on the table, the first backed by Russian agencies as a result of strained political scene between the two attacks, and other attacks by the Anonymous group, which recently Oanlt it will target all institutions dealing with state regulation ISIS.
In turn, Minister of Communications Ben Ali Yıldırım said that these attacks extremely serious, as a request from one of the universities in Ankara to raise the level of protection on the Turkish-level servers because the user is currently inadequate to deter this kind of attack.
It is noteworthy that these attacks began 15 days ago and intensified dramatically on Dec. / 25 this December which marks the celebration of Christmas.Viewing:-183
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