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The denial-of-service attacks launched on Web sites in South Korea and the United States earlier this month appear to have come from a master server in the United Kingdom, according to security researchers in Vietnam.
The master server controls all of the eight command and control servers involved in the series of distributed denial-of-service attacks that started on the July 4 weekend, security firm Bkis said in a blog posting on its Web site on Monday. Bkis said it gained control of two of the servers.
The Vietnamese firm estimated the number of compromised PCs involved in the attacks
Code on the compromised PCs was set to erase or overwrite data late last week but researchers in the U.S. were not aware of any reports of that happening.
Originally posted by PokeyJoe
Well looks like we have to invade England now....
Originally posted by stooge247
reply to post by PokeyJoe
And we have WMD's and a dictator in charge that no-one voted for! No oil though