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At least 4800 Australian websites have been lost with no chance of recovery following a break-in at Australian domain registrar and web host Distribute.IT.
The hack attack caused so much damage that four of the company's servers were "unrecoverable", the company said, leaving thousands of website owners in the lurch.
Could this be yet another false flag attempt? Or a part of the lulzsec/Anon war on corruption?
Originally posted by TheStev
The technology division of Sydney Morning Herald (which happens to be my local paper of choice) are really covering the whole LulzSec saga, but I'm not seeing a whole lot on other news sites. Are the US media following this story at all?
Originally posted by ChaoticOrder
This is now far beyond ridiculous. This is clearly a false flag attack imo. There's not many other ways I can look at this situation as this horrendous series of events plays out before my eyes. I have a really bad feeling about all of this.
edit on 21-6-2011 by ChaoticOrder because: spelling
Originally posted by Samuelis
reply to post by TheStev
Have anon accepted luls offer at joining forces? I dont think anon should touch this one with a 10ft barge pole.
As far as I can see only Australian news sites and forums so far. Would bet one of my testies that this will be all over US news in a couple of hours.
Stilll no reports of lulzsec claiming responsibility.