posted on Jan, 16 2006 @ 01:09 AM
The website for the National Security Agency was unavailable for over Seven hours on Friday. NSA spokesman Don Weber did not say whether or not the
NSA website suffered a tecnical problem, or if it was a hacker attack.
WASHINGTON - The Web site for the National Security Agency, which has been under scrutiny over domestic wiretaps it conducted without warrants, was
inaccessible for more than seven hours Friday.
A spokesman, Don Weber, declined to say whether the site suffered an attack by hackers or a technical glitch. Speaking shortly after the site went
back online, he said only that employees had worked to restore access.
Internet experts at Keynote Systems Inc., which monitors Web traffic around the world, said access to the NSA's Web site by visitors across the
United States was severely limited.
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Yeah!! Lets get all of the hackers going on this. I think it would be great if they could download files, and find out what is going on. Maybe
whoever did this could get access to Echelon.
[edit on 16-1-2006 by agwardlds]