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According to reports from security experts who have been monitoring the ongoing cyber attacks, the Web site for the office of Georgia Foreign Affairs (mfa. gov. ge) was hacked, and its homepage was replaced with images depicting Georgia's president as a Nazi. That site is currently offline. Other Georgian Web properties, such as the Caucasus Network Tbilisi -- key Georgian commercial Internet servers [viagra description] -- remain under sustained attack from thousands of compromised PCs aimed at flooding the sites viagra description with so much junk Web traffic that they can no longer accommodate legitimate visitors. Viagra description security blogger jart armin has been tracking the attacks by conducting internet traces and lookups at key georgian web properties.
Apparently this is straight out of the Russian playbook:
The apparently coordinated cyber attacks are reminiscent of recent cyber wars waged against other former Soviet republics that have attracted the ire of the Russian government for various political reasons. Last month, a similar assault targeted important Lithuanian government Web sites. In April 2007, the ultra-wired country suffered major disruptions in much of its information infrastructure viagra description, thanks largely to Russian hackers who were upset over the removal of a Soviet World War II memorial from the center of Tallinn, the capital of Estonia.


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