Wireless Network in India Hit by Denial-of-Service Attack

Organizers of a community wireless mesh-network project in Dharamshala, India, say their website was attacked, following publication of a Wired News article about their work for Tibetan refugee settlements. Speaking to Wired News via Skype, project founder Yahel Ben-David said that while the distributed denial of service, or DDoS, attack on the Tibetan Technology Center website appeared to come from IP addresses from a number of places around the world, they began immediately after scans from an IP address in China.

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