Wow. Anonymous' security officer has reportedly taken dowm GoDaddy's DNS servers, taking down GoDaddy-hosted or registered sited with it. And that's a lot of sites. Not sure if it's related to Google's short dissappearance and random other network issues I've experienced during the afternoon, but likely unrelated as Google has it's own DNS servers, and outgoing connectivity was generally impacted (which is more like a local network issue than a spoofed DNS, assuming it was a spoof attack, issue).
Any more details on the attack used?
/via +Arun Shroff
GoDaddy’s DNS Servers Go Down, Along With Thousands of Sites
GoDaddy, the world’s largest domain registrar and one of the biggest web hosts, is experiencing major downtime. The main GoDaddy.com domain is unreachable and websites hosted by GoDaddy are also
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