A website set up to monitor secretive nuclear test facilities across the world — including in Russia, North Korea and Iran — was forced to take its servers offline after suffering a suspiciously-timed distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack. The cyberattack targeted the ‘Project on Crowdsourced Imagery Analysis‘ which is a satellite mapping campaign ran by the US-based Centre for Non-proliferation Studies (CNS). In a move that raised eyebrows, it came just two days prior to the North Korean nuclear tests on 9 September.
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ORIGINAL SOURCE: International Business Times