hacker group that claimed responsibility for the wave of attacks earlier this fall announced last week that it would resume the activity, according to a report in InformationWeek, an industry trade magazine
As Bob Newhart might have said, "A denial-of-service attack creates an unusually high volume of traffic? Well, I suppose it would at that."johnep wrote:I would feel better if it were another denial of service attack. They attribute it to being busy.
livesoft wrote:I had no problems logging into WF yesterday nor today. No problems at all.
I'd rather bank at a place that has been tested by DoS attacks than one that has not been.
sscritic wrote:I like paper statements, and their big announcement is that I will no longer have online access if I don't accept electronic statements. I can still get on by clicking on "remind me later" on the accept the new terms and conditions page, but I know that "later" will eventually run out.
Grt2bOutdoors wrote:Ah...that explains it. I thought they had fired their entire technology team and moved back to the abacus.
Some people are experiencing delayed login or are unable to login, we have multiple teams working on the issue.
livesoft wrote:Still no evidence of problems for me.
Maybe your sister's computer or yours or someone's in the larger geographic area have been taken over by hackers?