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We have tried to be an informational site throughout the WL skirmish. We have applauded operations like LeakSpin and QR and have tried to warn people about the dangers of what they were involving themselves in.
On December 9th we were hit with a whooping 9514 requests from IP address 184.108.40.206
There were some interesting files in that directory. Now it just comes up:
If someone can clue us in on the meaning of this cryptic message, we'd love to hear it.
Given that the site is in the Netherlands and the Dutch police are on the ball, I'm thinking it's not a good thing for the person who owned that server.
IDG News Service - Authorities in the U.S. and Germany have raided Internet Service Providers in hopes of tracking down the hackers who launched distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks against Web sites such as Visa.com, PayPal.com, and Mastercard.com earlier this month.
In documents posted Wednesday to the Smoking Gun Web site, the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation describes the complex path its investigation has taken as it has searched for the computers that served as a central meeting point for the attacks.
You ‘defend freedom of speech’ and Wikileaks – well here I am exercising my right to freedom of speech. And you shouldn’t have a problem with that right? You are really lucky am just making a point, and posess the ability to exercise restraint – if you are mentioned above you will be able to recognize yourself;
There’s much more juicy and up-to-date information on you and your operations right HERE – only problem is, its encrypted (ring any bells?)