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Earlier this evening, Alex Jones’ flagship website, Infowars.com, came under a concerted denial of service (DoS) attack. It is unavailable at the time of this report.
The attacks are coming out of Japan. A Whois database search reveals the origin to be the Asia Pacific Network Information Centre in Milton, Australia.
DoS attacks usually consist of concerted efforts to shut down a web server by flooding the computer with requests and consuming its resources so that it is no longer available to users. DoS attacks commonly constitute violations of the laws of individual nations
Originally posted by Johnny_Sokko
reply to post by sayiamu
Ok, seems to be up now. Before, the page would only partially load and I could see the link to the article but could not access it. Couldn't read it until now.
Do they frequently come under attack like this? From reading the comment sections it's obvious that there are a few who go there to stir up trouble. Just wondering if this is just some people who disagree with the site or if something else is up.