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The Truth about what happened when we had a denial of service attack (DoS).

Written by on 24/07/2022

Was Jok3er Responsible For Our Website being Attacked?

Firstly I confirm I am unable to say if JoeKerr was or wasn’t

responsible for the reasons

why Our WebSite needed repair work.

I do openly confirm the following which is factual.

There was a DNS Flood attack on Our Website.

What happened was were targeted by a DNS flood which is explained below if you do not know. (I didn’t)

Jok3er and I chatted about a number of discussions on

different lives on YouTube.

Mr. Jok3er on the occasion after I took the piss out of him on one of our own

YouTbue Lives, because Jok3er

confirmed what Our website had been attacked by.

I admit given what I had heard from Jok3er himself on a 3rd party YouTube live.

So what did I learn from Jok3er :

He explained the only reason why he exposed what happed; was to show the security issues the website, as well as the old Server, had.

I asked if he w responsible for the issue the attack caused to which the reply was given: I did not.

Given I had no proof to confirm if his answer was true or not. I agreed I would take his word for it.

This as you will hear for yourselves from the Videos below becomes questionable

due to the way in which Jok3er explains and asks questions.

By watching the 2nd & 3rd Video, along with the chat you will see how little Jok3er makes sense with

what I was supposed to have said and what was said by myself



What is a DNS Flood?

Domain Name System (DNS) servers are the “phonebooks” of the Internet; they are the path through which Internet devices are able to look up specific web servers in order to access Internet content. A DNS flood is a type of distributed denial-of-service attack (DDoS) where an attacker floods a particular domain’s DNS servers in an attempt to disrupt DNS resolution for that domain.

If a user is unable to find the phonebook, it cannot look up the address in order to make the call for a particular resource. By disrupting DNS resolution, a DNS flood attack will compromise a website, API, or web application’s ability to respond to legitimate traffic.

DNS flood attacks can be difficult to distinguish from normal heavy traffic because the large volume of traffic often comes from a multitude of unique locations, querying for real records on the domain, and mimicking legitimate traffic.

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