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Cloud Gives Wikileaks Elastic DDoS Armor

December 2, 2010 No Comments

Wikileaks, the controversial site that has caused a worldwide diplomatic furor by dumping nearly 250,000 documents covering private United States diplomatic communications, has reportedly moved to the Amazon cloud. The release of the documents, collectively dubbed “Cablegate,” has sparked outrage. Wikileaks’ move to the cloud followed a distributed denial of service attack on the site.

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