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Commenting article: Cyber Attack Floods again Bulgarian Whistleblowing Site

The independent site for investigative journalism which published formerly classified documents, revealing that Prime Minister, Boyko Borisov, has been a person of interest for the anti-mafia police in the 90s, became subject of a second "flooding" attack.

Bivol reported on their official Facebook page that two days ago their site has been flooded by tens of thousands of viewer requests, which had blocked access and brought the site down. They then reported and countered the attack with Denial of Service DoS. After that, the site has been back in operation, though running slower than usual.

On Wednesday, Bivol have intercepted an abnormally high number of connections from

peterperfect - 9 Feb 2013 // 08:56:22

Message to the perpetrators of these cyber attacks.
All you are doing in carrying out these attacks is to reinforce the disclosures of Bivatol. If their claims were not accurate you would use legal methods to shut them up, any "illegal" move (such as what is happening currently, or violence etc) only tells the rest of us that the claims are correct.

Message to Bivatol
Carry on the good work you now have the support of all the public who want truth, honesty, and true justice.

Seedy - 9 Feb 2013 // 09:41:02

Really, PeterP - just how naive can one person be?

peterperfect - 10 Feb 2013 // 09:34:14

Seedy, expand your argument please. Don't call me naive without justifying your comment.

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