Network Solutions Attacked, Again: Nodisinfo.com Targeted
It would appear that there is an international effort to take down www.nodisinfo.com for preventing public access to the site.
Direct extraction from Network Solution’s Facebook page:
Customers using WordPress are temporarily unable to log in to their WordPress admin pages. We ask for your patience as we work to restore full functionality to your account.
Once you are able to access your admin panel, we encourage you to review and, if necessary, strengthen your password to conform to the suggested protocol as outlined in A Strong Password Is Your Best Defense: http://my.web.com/Zri2ra. Password strength and freshness are still the best means of defense for your website.
An individual associated with the Sandy Hook hoax, an apologist for the hoaxers, Ryan Graney, along with collaborators, threatened months ago to boycott Network Solutions. Shortly thereafter, the company was attacked and the servers corrupted. Simultaneously, individuals unknown were attempting to access the admin function on the site, making dozens of attempts to hack into the password. The site was disabled temporarily and repeatedly because of this effort, presumably traced to the supporters of the Sandy Hook hoax, including an individual named Jay Proto, who himself issued a threat. Simultaneously, K. Khaleel received a direct threat from another individual associated with the Sandy Hook hoax, the information to be posted here shortly.
Then, too, there was a recent email received without confirmation of the source demanding that this Website cease and desist from its investigation of the role of certain powerful people, notably people of the Sexton, Greenberg, and Harmon families, in the Sandy Hook hoax. The emailer remained anonymous but the email address was traced directly to a woman named Anne Levitman-Greenberg, the daughter-in-law of Michael and Vikki Greenberg. It is, in fact, the actual daughter of Mr. Greenberg who has been traced to the hoax, Jennifer Sexton-Greenberg, as well as her husband, Richard Sexton.
Here is what one poster said about the attacks and what he encountered today, May 23, 2013:
Hi DrK- I had issues earlier that would confirm a Denial of Service attack on NODISINFO.COM. I had several 503 errors. “Service Temporarily Unavailable
The server is temporarily unable to service your request due to maintenance downtime or capacity problems. Please try again later.”