Anonymous hacked the site of the largest Internet Registry

Anonymous hacked the site of the largest Internet RegistryThe world's largest Internet registrar GoDaddy on September 10 broke one of the members of the hacker group Anonymous. This was reported on twitter Anonymous.

About cyber attack became known after Anonymous tweeted a message appears participant group Anonymous Own3r. He argues that the responsibility for hacking the site lies on him. He said the cyber attack was carried out by him personally, and not the entire group Anonymous.

As explained by Anonymous Own3r in his tweet, he hacked into the site because I wanted to see how the system works site protection against cyber attacks, as well as "for reasons which can not be said now."

As a result of DDoS-attacks were disconnected sites that are served by GoDaddy. As the representative of the publication CNET News, the number of disabled sites is unclear. It is also unclear whether a cyber attack affected only sites hosted on GoDaddy, or as sites that use DNS-servers Internet registrar.

In twitter @ GoDaddy after hacking was reported problems on the website. Later, the company reported that some services are restored.

The problems are related to the inaccessibility of the three DNS-servers: cns1.secureserver.net, cns2.secureserver.net, and cns3.secureserver.net, clarifies TechCrunch. Company's website (GoDaddy.com) also available, and on-site technical support to published reports, "We are aware of issues affecting our services, including e-mail, our website and the websites of some customers. We understand your frustration. We are working to resolve the problems" .

GoDaddy, created in 1997, is the largest Internet registrar in the world. Under his supervision are more than 50 million domains. Clients include more than 9.8 million people.

Recall that Internet users at the end of last year called for a boycott of the world's largest domain name registrar GoDaddy for their support of anti-piracy law SOPA (Stop Online Piracy Act), is pending in the U.S. Congress.

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