Taiwanese Websites Hit by Annoying DDoS Attacks Ahead of Pelosi's Visit
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Key Taiwanese websites, including those of President Tsai Ing-wen, the National Defense Ministry, the Foreign Affairs Ministry, and the country’s largest airport, Taiwan Taoyuan International, experienced intermittent outages due to DDoS attacks just ahead of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s arrival in Taiwan.
The source of the attacks is unclear, but they came at a time of China’s vehement opposition to Pelosi’s visit. (Kevin Collier / NBC News)
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