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1/28/2011 8:10:12 PM
Posted: 7 years ago

Web sites run by the Egyptian government are experiencing service problems, possibly as a result of denial of service attacks mounted by the collective known as Anonymous, known for staging web attacks on PayPal and MasterCard in support of Wikileaks.
Update: Egyptian Gov't Web Sites Under Attack
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Anonymous called for volunteers to stage a distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack against web sites run by the Egyptian government, notably the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology and the Ministry of the Interior. The sites that not working as of 11 a.m. Eastern Time are the Egyptian cabinet and the Communications Ministry, while the Interior Ministry seems to still be working.

The group's Facebook page, called "Operation Egypt" carries messages about the Egyptian protests, and also a picture of a recruiting poster with an IRC channel as well as a "care package" to download. The rest of the page has news and updates from Egyptian and foreign sources.
Me -Phil left the site in my charge. I have a recorded phone conversation to prove it.
kohai -If you're the owner, then do something useful like ip block him and get us away from juggle and on a dofferent host!
Me -haha you apparently don't know my history
Kohai - Maybe not, but that doesn't matter! You shoukd still listen to your community and quit being a tyrrant!
Me - i was being completely sarcastic
Kohai - then u misrepresented yourself by impersonating the owner—a violation of the tos
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1/29/2011 4:34:27 AM
Posted: 7 years ago
Fantastic stuff, seems as if Egypt may soon follow the path of Tunisia. Anon seems to be ready to support Algeria too.
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