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The hacking group Anonymous has claimed responsibility for a massive cyberattack on Turkish internet servers over the past week, saying it will continue its assault if Turkey "doesn't stop supporting" Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (Isil).
Turkish servers suffered one of the most intense cyberattacks ever seen in the country over the last week, according to an internet management body.
Internet experts said it was not clear who was behind the attacks that ran from December 14 to 21. But Nic.tr, a non-government body that administers addresses for websites using the ".tr" domain, including ministries, the military, banks and many commercial sites, said they originated from "organised sources" outside Turkey.
The attacks took 400,000 websites offline and were only halted when Turkey stopped foreign internet traffic to the ".tr" domain.
originally posted by: Swills
a reply to: intrptr
Anon attacks anyone and everyone regardless of their military status and allies.