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Squad303 Claims that 1920.in is under Russian DDoS Attack

Squad303 has emerged as a messenger of peace in Ukraine and the Russian war crisis. While many news channels and social media have been barred in Russia to display the true effects of war. This system developed by Squad303 was to create a bridge between the Russian People and the rest of the world.

However, this messaging website is under heavy attack by the Russians as claimed by Squad303. Russia is on the receiving end from the rest of the world. While the west has imposed many sanctions on Russia. Anonymous and other hacktivists have gathered together to launch an all-out cyberwar against the Russian government.

What is a DDoS attack?

DDoS by actual meaning means Distribution Denial of Service attack. In this type of cyber attack, the aggressor floods the server with too many requests that it can handle. And because of it crashes down. In a distributed denial-of-service attack (DDoS attack), the incoming traffic flooding the victim originates from many different sources. More sophisticated strategies are required to mitigate against this type of attack, as simply attempting to block a single source is insufficient.

Why 1920.in is receiving a sudden attack from the Russian side?

As the main motive of this website is to inform the regular citizens of Russia about the war crime that Putin is doing in Ukraine. The messaging works like you can get random numbers of Russians and copy the message to send to the Russian people. Because of this hit success, many protests have started to appear in parts of Russia. Many videos have since been surfaced on the internet of Russian police checking the phones of passersby.

This has irked the Russian government and is trying to block all ways of communication from the outer world. While this is a good system to send the real picture of war to the Russian people. The government is trying its all-out efforts to stop this from happening.

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