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Anonymous Shuts Down 400,000 Of Turkey’s Government Websites For Supporting ISIS

28.12.15

Anonymous Shuts Down 400,000 Of Turkey’s Government Websites For Supporting ISIS: #OpTurkey reached 40 Gbps (gigabits per second, or how much traffic is being sent to a site), enough to shut down altogether any domain.

Reportedly, the attack began on December 14 and came to a halt one week later. In seven days, 400,000 .tr domains were forced offline, according to Turkish media. Only after Turkey’s leading National Response Center for Cyber Events cut off all incoming international traffic to the .tr websites were they finally able to return online. This denied “anybody outside the country access to Turkish websites,” says Anonymous.


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