All BBC websites went offline for almost three hours this morning after a reported web attack.
According to a report on the BBC tech website, the outage was due to a ‘distributed denial of service’ attack. This means a surge of traffic is sent to a website that it can’t handle, causing it to crash or become patchy.
The website went offline at around 7.00am on 31 December 2015 until came back online at 10.30am. The BBC said in a statement that it was a ‘technical fault’ and is yet to make any formal comments on whether it was an Read full story ›
Source: The Drum