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Updates on WikiLeaks, Day 6

WikiLeaks forced to change domain

WikiLeaks was forced yesterday to switch over to a Swiss domain name,, after a new round of hacker attacks on its system prompted its American domain name provider to withdraw service.
WikiLeaks' US domain name system provider, EveryDNS, withdrew service to the name late Thursday, saying it took the action because the new hacker attacks threatened the rest of its network.
" has become the target of multiple distributed denial of service attacks. These attacks have, and future attacks would, threaten the stability of the infrastructure," EveryDNS, headquartered in Manchester, New Hampshire, said . provides access to some 500,000 websites.
In a tweet on Friday, the owner of EveryDNS, Dynamic Network Services Inc, wrote that "trust is paramount: Our users and customers are our most important asset."

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