Digital Fire: Anonymous Warns of Massive Attack on US Servers

the largest telephone companies in the United States are suffering the fall of their services for long hours, adding to the recent fall of Facebook services and the hacktivist group Anonymous has warned of a major DDoS attack against servers. from the country. Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile users have reported that they cannot make calls or send text messages due to a drop in national service from their telemarketers.

T-Mobile chief technology officer Neville Ray acknowledged his company’s cuts in a statement on Twitter. “Our engineers are working to solve a voice and data problem that has been affecting customers across the country,” the executive tweeted. “We are sorry for the inconvenience and hope to fix it shortly.”  While this was happening, the hacktivist group Anonymous started tweeting about it.

First, they reported that the drop in services was one of the largest DDoS attacks on the country’s networks. Then they mentioned that Facebook, Instagram and Twitch are also having problems in the United States . “Obviously we need a new decentralized internet,” they reflect as they celebrate that Twitter has not fallen . It should be remembered that this social network is the only one that has been contrary to the opinions of Donald Trump, the American president. In another tweet, they mention that the sources of the attack are unknown, but they suspect China: “The source of the DDoS attack in the United States is currently unknown. We speculate that it may be China, as the situation between South Korea and North Korea is currently deteriorating. “