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Dropbox.com is down for many users and their main website is taken offline supposedly by a group of hackers claiming that they even stole email addresses from them, causing quite a stir in the Dropbox user community.
In light of the recent attack on games and websites, there seems to be another group that is targeting their attacks on Valve’s Steam network.
A group of hackers calling themselves DERP have been bringing down some of the top game servers today. By means of DDoS attacks, they have been crashing game servers and websites including Electronic Arts’ EA.com website for a short while.
Believe it or not, a blogger was the reason for the DDOS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack on Livejournal, Twitter and Facebook. It seems that Russian hackers are all out to silent Cyxymu and may be politically motivated.
Yes, they were hacked attacked. Luckily, Twitter and Facebook had recovered. Google websites were also targeted but Google managed to deflect these attacks. This happened on Thursday and all of them have recovered.