I’m sure you are wondering, how could I say this, but it is true.
In the last year or so we have had our fair share of stories about the Feds raiding our data centers.
The only thing that doesn’t get us worried is that the data centers that the Feds raid are using the same servers that host our websites and have been for quite some time.
Thats the big picture for the day though. The bigger picture is that the FBI has discovered a number of the top sites that our ISPs are using and have been for quite some time. Many of these sites (like the one that we used to host our website) are now being targeted. Many of the sites that have been targeted have hosted usernames and passwords that are very similar to yours. One site hosted by us hosts a particularly nasty piece of malware called DDoS-Eyes.
The same FBI has recently discovered another site hosting a piece of malware called “DDoS-Eyes” (which we’re assuming is a reference to the movie “DDoS: The Drought Ends”) and we have discovered that this site had many of your same credentials and were using the same credentials that are being used to host DDoS Eyes.
DDoS-Eyes is a piece of malware that aims to disrupt websites by sending out an attempt at a denial of service (DoS) attack. Essentially, it is an attempt to overwhelm the website with so much traffic that visitors can’t even keep up. Once the site is hammered, it tries to hijack the victim’s session on the website. It is most commonly used for a variety of other purposes, including botnets, phishing, and spam.
We have received some concerns regarding this recent DDoS attack. Though the emails were sent to a specific IP address, the emails are actually sent to the same IP addresses used for other spam campaigns, which isn’t a good sign. We have been told that we are in violation of a number of DDoS-Eyes’ legal agreements and that they should stop sending emails to our site.
We understand these emails were sent from unknown sources to our site and are not associated with the DDoS-Eyes.com domain, which is owned by a third party. We are in violation of all DDoS-Eyes legal agreements and are doing all we can to try and resolve this. For updates on this issue, please refer to our blog post.
We have been told that we are in violation of a number of DDoS-Eyes legal agreements and that they should stop sending emails to our site.
We, the DDoS-Eyes.com domain owner, are in violation of a number of DDoS-Eyes legal agreements and are in the process of trying to resolve this. The emails sent to our site were sent from unknown sources to our domain, which are not associated with the DDoS-Eyes.com domain. We are in violation of all DDoS-Eyes legal agreements and are doing all we can to try and resolve this.