Russian government cracks Estonian web

Monday, April 30, 2007 at 21:28 | Posted in Estonia, internet, russia | 4 Comments

As I wrote yesterday, many web sites of the Estonian government and governmental organs, including the police, are not accessible from abroad, due to massive denial of service attacks and other crack activities. The Estonian Minister of Justice, Mr. Rein Lang said in Estonian TV news a moment ago that the ministry has discovered that most of these attacks originate from governmental IP addresses in Moscow. In other words, the Russian government is cracking web sites of the Estonian government!

Utterly disgusting and of course totally illegal in context of international right! But what else could one expect from that excuse of a government?

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