December 3, 2010 by staff
WickiLeaks immediately moved to a server in Switzerland and has the http: / / wikileaks.ch new URL, according to German news magazine Der Spiegel.
Wikileaks began directing viewers to WikiLeaks.ch WikiLeaks.org rather than this morning, he said on a Twitter feed. EveryDNS.net, which translates addresses online for Internet Protocol numbers to provide access, end of service Wikileaks to 10 pm New York time, according to its website.
While suppressing information on the Web is “almost impossible”, repeated attacks can reduce its scope, “said Stephen Wolthusen, a researcher at the Group of information security at Royal Holloway, University of London.”What you want to present is a real site,” he said. “These entry points may be, in essence, forced to leave the net. It becomes much less user friendly for the average person.”
Stopping EveryDNS, affirming Wikileaks took place because the electronic attacks on the site threatened the stability of access to other sites, EveryDNS said. Since he published the cables on November 28, Wikileaks has been so-called denial of service attacks, where hackers try to overwhelm a Web site with repeated requests for data.
“Any interruption of the site wikileaks.org resulted from its inability to use another DNS service provider hosted,” said EveryDNS.
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