DFID website under DDoS attack

Posted 23 February, 2018

Dear friends! We are happy to announce that top-quality financial and broker resource, our website dfid.org, is back and ready to provide you with the up-to-date information about forex, brokers as well as the situation in the currency and digital coin markets.

Unfortunately, our site has been under DDoS-attack since the second half of Thursday. Anonymous hackers were defacing our website and we are sorry for short-term inconveniences. Our technical team has been working non-stop on the restoration of the service and by Friday afternoon we have finally managed to fully recover from the attack.

Notably, the user data has not been damaged as a result of the attack.

All technical works have been finished by now. Our website is again 100% operational and available on the internet.

We give our best wishes to these jokers – this attack was not enough to bowl us out.

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