posted on Mar, 24 2012 @ 05:43 PM
"The NDP may be able to identify the source of an outside attack that jammed its online voting system and created delays that plagued voting for the
party's leadership, the party's president says.
Rebecca Blaikie told Radio-Canada that the party has the IP addresses suspected in the online attack. An IP address is a number assigned to an
internet connection that may be able to point the party to the perpetrator."
For those of you that don't know, the New Democratic Party of Canada is electing a new leader today, through it's convention in Toronto and on the
I've been watching the election all day. It's been excruciatingly slow. Now it seems the company chosen to run the elections internet aspects, (that
have been slow at least, and failing at worst) have been DDOS attacked. This caused frozen systems, but the company and the NDP claim that the votes
have remained secure, but the attackers were responsible for the freezing.
Things seem to be running fairly smoothly now.
With all the talk of the robocalls conspiracy, I'm interested to know who belongs to these two IP addresses.