Global internet attack having minimal impact on Irish web users

A global internet attack that is reportedly slowing online services down around the world is having minimal impact in Ireland, according to internet bosses.

27th March, 2013
Global web attack has not impacted Irish internet use

A global internet attack that is reportedly slowing online services down around the world is having minimal impact in Ireland, according to internet bosses.

The online attack, which has been underway since March 15, was caused as a result of a row between a London-based anti-spam firm, [Spamhaus](http://www.spamhaus.org/), and a Dutch-based hosting service, [Cyberbunker](http://www.cyberbunker.com/).

The row has resulted in a denial of service attack on large online institutions,...

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