The nation tax office of Netherlands reported briefly that their website went offline on Monday due to a huge massive cyber DDoS attack, after the country’s largest bank network went down.
ABN Ambrose and ING reported that they were both targeted by the hacker which led to the temporarily disruption of their online service for about 10-15 minutes.
The tax office also reported that their Web server were targeted which has resulted in a downtime of 10 minutes after massive DDoS attack.
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In this attack, the service of the Dutch Bank and Tax Office went down due to a massive DDoS attack that is also called as Distributed Denial of Service attack. Attacker used a number of computer for targeting it’s victim resulting in the disruption of their online service because the server couldn’t handle thousands of requests at a time resulting in disruption.
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