A series of strong DoS attacks on November 2, which blocked operations
of Kirghiz main providers, led to a several-hour cut-off from the
Internet of the whole country. It was equally impossible to access local
web sites from Russia during the spell.
The failure of the Republic's data networks occurred 12 hours before the
start of an indefinite rally demanding resignation of the current
president Kurmanbek Bakiev in Bishkek.
According to one of the versions, the hacker attacks were organized by
special services that tried to hinder Kirghiz independent mass media.
The attack on the providers' resources was made from servers outside the
Around 400,000 Internet users are registered in the region now.
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