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Belgian police arrested four suspected members DDoS group Down-Sec
The Belgian police on Thursday arrested four people, two of which are minors, on suspicion of involvement in a number of high-profile DDoS attacks were carried out under the name Down Sec. In raids material was confiscated.
All the suspects were arrested in Liege and house searches was a lot of ‘informatics’ confiscated, writes De Morgen, which probably storage devices and computers are meant. The newspaper the incident was confirmed by the public prosecutor in Brussels by the Belgian public prosecutor. The two adult suspects are brought before the public prosecutor, the minors are under the Liege prosecutor.
Down-Sec demanded in recent months several high-profile attacks, which included the sites of the prime minister Charles Michel, the nuclear agency FANC, the Belgian royal family, banks and Ministry of the Interior were flattened. In late February were government websites offline by DDoS attacks brought to what called Down-Sec operation #opsafeweb because the Belgian education minister for the French-speaking part Joëlle Milquet did too little, according to the group associated with research on bullying led to the suicide of a teenager would have.
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