Several websites owned and operated by the United States Congress are recovering from a three-day distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack. The DDoS campaign began on July 17 when the websites for the Library of Congress (LoC) began experiencing technical difficulties. A day later, the websites went temporarily offline. During the attack, Library of Congress employees were unable to access their work emails or visit any of the Library’s websites.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: Graham Cluley