Where will the cyber saboteurs strike next? A sustained attack on Estonian websites has raised fears of web-based warfare

After three weeks of unrelenting cyber attacks, the most wired country in the West, Estonia, has returned to normality. The tiny Baltic nation has weathered an unprecedented barrage of denial of service attacks that reduced the country’s online banking system, its newspapers and government services to a crawl, knocked out thousands of commercial websites and left its 1.3 million citizens on edge. In terms of duration and impact, the attacks, which escalated following a government decision to remove a Red Army statue from the capital, Tallinn, are unprecedented.http://technology.timesonline.co.uk/tol/news/tech_and_web/the_web/article1830914.ece

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