Servers Hacked!

Is It Coincidence We're Being Hacked As Our Fundraising Drive Starts?

A malware assault has been launched against the server hosting news.antiwar, original.antiwar, and the blog. Of course it's just a "coincidence" that this has occurred just as we've launched our fundraising drive. Or is it? We've traced it to the region close to Ukraine, so Ukrainian hackers could be responsible. Alternatively, as Glenn Greenwald has reported, the NSA is now in the business of spreading "industrial strength malware" to "enable the NSA to launch cyberattacks by corrupting and disrupting file downloads or denying access to websites."

That is precisely what is happening to us right now.

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Updated May 14, 2014 - 11:19 PM EDT
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