CafePress wilts under DDoS assault
CafePress.com, the site which allows users to open up their own online store selling customised merchandise such as tshirts and mugs, has been hit by a denial of service attack.
In a statement to store owners, Jill Ambrose of CafePress.com said the targeted attack had resulted in "significant service interruptions".
"As of right now some customers have access that appears normal, some have intermittent access, and some have no access at all. We will continue to update the CafePress Community Forum (http://forums.cafepress.com/eve) as we have more to share, and we urge you to check there for the most recent information," she said. "We do consider this an attack on CafePress, but we're most disturbed at how this victimises our community of Shopkeepers." CafePress wilts under DDoS assault | The Register
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