---- Mastercard Site Hit By 'Hacktivists' Over Wikileaks
enigma1 - 2:36 pm on Dec 9, 2010 (gmt 0)
I get it now. Now everyone is against Wikileaks and no companies official statement is to be trusted. It's that darn 'biased' media covering for the US government.
I'm not after the wikileaks debate so much, because I don't find much interest in this kind of politics.
But I am after the so called DDOS, despite their resources, MC is incompetent to handle a website. You have to admit it.
And when they have a technical problem, "mayday, we're under cyber attack ... we need help". The government must help now ... Like a nursery school. Seriously are they really a private institute?
Denial of service attacks are illegal...
I would suggest, to check your server logs more often, because this is happening pretty much every second. And so a law, as you want to put it, that cannot be applied, is useless.
If it was real, I would be a millionaire by filing lawsuits to every major host that exists across the globe. Or maybe these laws, you mention, are applicable to "some cases" is that right? Like when they say "we are all equal" but "some are more equal than others"?