Due to a DDoS attack, the US Department of Prisons Web site is down. Orange you sorry you didn’t FREE MIKE SCAPES?
Green & Co. CFO Max Lord would not confirm or deny a possible relationship with Nimbulus Cloud Solutions, a cloud storage technology company, in storing the firm’s electronic data, specifically that of Aryeh Bank in Israel. Lord said he could not comment on internal IT processes.
Nimbulus Cloud Solutions recently hired Germanicus Consultants, LLC, to test its cybersecurity processes. Germanicus principal Malcolm Tucker recently boasted of his firm’s work for Green & Co., calling the results its experts were receiving were “exciting and intriguing.”
A possible security breach occurred when a Smith, Smith and Smith senior partner was kidnapped, but it remains unclear what information was lost and to whom.
Limited information is known about the kidnapping, said the National Security Advisor.
“We are in close communication with Smith, Smith and Smith to control damage.” He said. They are also cooperating with Israel to increase cyber security and enhance defense, he said.
It is unclear at time of press whether the kidnapping is related to the cyber attacks on Israel, said the National Security Advisor.
Although the kidnappers are allegedly Russian, motive is unclear, said Smith, Smith and Smith PR Agent. The government has been made aware of the kidnapping and it is currently under investigation.
The Israeli government has decided to end its censorship of YouTube, Israel Coms Director Allie Lawyer has announced to BluWired.
The release gave no reason for the decision, but the hacktivist group Orange Task Force has been increasing pressure and threats to expand its DDoS attacks on servers that are connected to banks, and possibly international law firms.
Also puzzling is the recent announcement by Orange Task Force that it had been approached by a Russian group trying to buy information it had obtained.
The hacktivist group Orange Task Force, which has claimed responsibility for a DDoS cyber attack on an Israeli banking subsidiary of New York, has released a statement in which it says a Russian organization offered it money for information it has. The Orange Task Force stressed that it is not operating for money and instead is seeking “freedom of information, transparency and democratic principles.” There was no information about which Russian organization had offered the hacktivist group money or whether the offer was for destructive computer code. The video ends with a call to released Enoch Moses Kaplin and to end censorship of some YouTube videos in Israel.
The web site of top international law firm Smith, Smith & Smith has crashed, leaving us wondering if it has succumbed to an extension of the DDoS attack on its client Green & Co. Smith, Smith & Smith, with offices across the globe, represents a number of the Fortune 500 firms, including Green & Co.
OrangeTasKforce, when contacted about whether the crash was its doing, was evasive but not dismissive. The group, currently sending out DDoS attacks on Green & Co.’s Israeli subsidiary, Aryeh Bank, demanding the release of Enoch Moses Kaplin and the return of full YouTube access to all of Israel, reiterated that all had been warned that they would escalate attacks if Kaplin were not released.
However, OrangeTaskForce did not take direct responsibility for the Smith, Smith & Smith crash.
Green & Co. has taken down the servers of its Israeli banking subsidiary Aryeh to install a security patch against OTK’s DDoS attack to #epfreeenoch, a hacker snagged by an Aryeh banking record.