Monday, 25 May 2009

BNP Attack - Largest cyber attack in history

The British National Party site was first attacked on Saturday night, at one point dealing with 28 million hits, but the site's technicians managed to block out the traffic which was emanating from Eastern Europe and Russia.

The size of the renewed assault is unparalleled and there is no doubt that whoever has organised this has had to pay out a serious amount of money to the criminal underworld.

On Friday the servers of Clear Channel, part of a huge conglomerate that provides billboard advertising to the BNP, suffered a similar attack. Their IT professionals tracked the criminal activity back to a notorious "anti-fascist" organisation openly aligned to the Labour Party and supported by the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats. This organisation was protesting at the decision by Clear Channel to allow the BNP to display advertising in support of the party's European Election Campaign.

Click here to continue reading full details of the attack, and an appeal for help from BNP Leaders Nick Griffin on the Home of the Green Arrow

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