Friday August 7, 2020

Garda fraud bureau to investigate Google.ie attack

Ireland’s internet domain registrar has requested the Garda Bureau of Fraud Investigation conduct an investigation into an attack that saw Google.ie become unavailable yesterday.

10th October, 2012
Many users were unable to access Google.ie and Yahoo.ie after the security incident.

Ireland’s internet domain registrar has requested the Garda Bureau of Fraud Investigation conduct an investigation into an attack that saw two of Ireland’s most high profile websites become unavailable yesterday.

Many users were unable to access Google.ie and Yahoo.ie after the security incident. The .ie Domain Registry (IEDR), which is an independent not-for-profit organisation that manages the .ie country code, has been forced to shut down its external web-based systems since...

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