Why the Web is slow tonight

  VoG II 22:26 25 Nov 2003
Locked

Is because of a denial of service attack on zonelabs.com (the makers of Zone Alarm). Here is an extract from Blueyonder status page:

"After investigation we have found this problem is affecting other ISP's and not just blueyonder. We have found a possible issue and as a result we have temporarily ceased DNS lookups to click here as well as lockup.zonelabs.com. Customers will be unable to access these sites until further notice.

Access to blueyonder service such as Selfcare, Webmail and Email has greatly improved. However, access may still be slow and intermittent. Further investigation will take place throughout tonight.

Please be advised one again that this issue is affecting other ISP's worldwide and not just blueyonder."

  Shanks69 22:29 25 Nov 2003

Copywrite

  VoG II 22:31 25 Nov 2003

Ah but you mis-spelled copyright. I hereby claim my £10.

  dazzling (work) 22:34 25 Nov 2003

i thought it was because we were all tired.

  AndyJ 22:36 25 Nov 2003

I can't spell Kopee-rite...can I have £15 ???

  Laser157 22:38 25 Nov 2003

My domain is with Easyspace. The e.mail service has stopped. On the support page it says there is a major fault on the transatlantic internet spine, which started at 4pm today.

  dazzling (work) 22:40 25 Nov 2003

on a more serious note havent noticed any problems on freesrve or supanet.

  powerless 22:42 25 Nov 2003

Hope they've got a firewall running, not that'll make much differnce.

  Laser157 22:43 25 Nov 2003

Tiscali Broadband and also working fine. YES it does, in spite of what some people say!

  christmascracker 22:43 25 Nov 2003

What exactly is a "denial of service attack" ?

  Raquelmanny 00:20 26 Nov 2003

I'm on freeserve and have noticed a problem. Been a pain tonight cant seem to access anything!!!

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