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Anonymous Own3r: I May Have To Bring Down GoDaddy “Again”

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The GoDaddy saga continues…

To recap, on Monday, the company experienced a major outage. Many sites were down as a result. For hours, the company would not give any details about what happened, other than to basically say it was aware of the problem and was working on it. A member of Anonymous going by the handle Anonymous Own3r took credit for an attack on GoDaddy resulting in this outage. Today, GoDaddy put out a statement saying that service has been fully restored, and that it was not a hack nor the result of any external influence. Just some internal issues.

Here’s what Anonymous Own3r had to say about that:

“I think I will have to bring down godaddy.com again, so this way they would admit instead of hiding the attack,” Anonymous Own3r said in a later tweet, before retweeting this one:

It will certainly be interesting to see what happens from here.

Anonymous Own3r: I May Have To Bring Down GoDaddy “Again”
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  • Steve G

    Funny how I didn’t know about the outage, nor did it affect my websites in the slightest bit (because I only use Godaddy as a registrar). Eventually some members of anonymous are going to slip up and get caught and put in jail for a very long time.

  • http://twitter.com/magenbrittani WhiskerTitz

    Lets see what this “AnonymousOwn3r” can do. I dont believe he/she was the real hacker. Anyone can make a twitter account and claim whatever. Sounds fake to me

  • mj

    Yep!!! Down again! Anon, this ain’t fun. I’ve got kids with medical issues and I’m trying to communicate with those that can help and send/recieve medical docs. I need my email, please.

    Innocent

  • Dan

    I hope this guy will be put in jail for a long time..