Hotline remains inaccessible by DDoS attacks




Hotline remains inaccessible by DDoS attacks

The website of the hotline has days hardly accessible to non. The initiators of the Internet hotline claim that they are bombarded with DDoS attacks., Just like last year

On the hotline citizens to file complaints about fireworks inconvenience due to premature off fireworks. The founders of the hotline, consisting of fifteen local GL fractions, suggest that more and more Dutch resent the fireworks tradition and should be clear how big nuisance is through the website.

The hotline has in recent days been largely offline due to DDoS attacks, a problem with the managers already faced . Like last year makes at least for the DNS hosting using CloudFlare servers, but on West Broadcasting late co-founder and board member David Hague Rietveld loose behind the hosting company had to decide to the site by the deluge of data traffic pick. temporarily offline

Opposite the NOS promoter showed Arno Bonte Thursday even know that Friday would be reached again, but this does not seem to have succeeded. Who exactly is behind the DDoS attacks Bonte not know, but lovers of fireworks would be obvious. However, the Green Party faction in Rotterdam claims database and Web server are properly secured. As a result of complaints previously submitted would have been preserved. Thursday did not know that the hotline had been received. Exceeding ten thousand complaints Last year came to the website over 82,000 messages inside.


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