Friday, June 01, 2007


Last month, a disagreement between Estonia and Russia resulted in a debilitating attack on some of Estonia’s most-used government, banking and media websites. The attackers remain anonymous and many suspect Russia. Is it cyber-warfare? Arbor Networks' senior security researcher Jose Nazario explains.

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