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A follow-up to my earlier musings about BlueSecurity:  The company, under a DDoS attack by spammers, redirected its blog to Six Apart (TypePad and LiveJournal).  Well, this then knocked Six Apart offline for almost eight hours.

Internet security company Netcraft said on Thursday that Blue Security temporarily dealt with the distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) siege by redirecting traffic to its journal at blog host Six Apart, knocking out that company’s TypePad and LiveJournal services.

Link here.

Alex Eckelberry

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