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> --Estonian Websites Under Attack
> (May 10 & 17, 2007)
> Web sites throughout Estonia have been under attack for the past three
> weeks. Riots and protests broke out on April 27 when Estonia
> removed a
> Soviet war memorial statue in the capital city of Tallinn. Ethnic
> Russians protested the statue's removal. Russia is suspected of being
> behind the attacks, but no accusations have been made. The
> denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks have hit across the board at
> web sites as well as web sites of newspapers, banks and businesses.
> NATO has sent cyber terrorism experts to Tallinn to help the country
> improve its cyber defenses.
> [Editor's Note (Liston): I find this incident to be troubling on many
> levels. While there is a great deal of disagreement on whether or not
> the Russian government is participating in this attack, the
> effectiveness of this DDoS highlights the potential for third-party
> agitators to potentially exacerbate an international incident. Rapid,
> accurate and positive attribution of this type of cyber-attack is
> essentially impossible, which almost invites "interested"
> third parties
> to use it as a means of stirring up trouble on an international level.
> (Ullrich): During the China-US standoff about the spyplane
> that was shot
> down in 2001, Chinese hacker groups defaced US websites and US hacker
> groups retaliated. None of these attacks amounted to more then a
> nuisance. It is likely that the attacks against Estonia are similarly
> inspired by patriotism and not necessarily government controlled.
> However, as the importance of cyber warfare increases, better methods
> are needed to determine attribution of attacks. (Honan):
> Arbor Networks
> have an interesting entry in their Security to the Core Blog outlining
> a summary of these attacks as seen by them,
> While TERENA has details on how the European CSIRT community is
> assisting Estonia in dealing with the attacks,