Anonymous Sudan Launches DDoS Attacks on Microsoft Outlook
Outlook.com, has been hit by a series of outages, causing significant disruptions for users worldwide. These outages, have been attributed to technical issues by Microsoft. However, hacktivist group Anonymous Sudan has claimed responsibility, asserting that they are conducting Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks on Microsoft’s service to protest the United States’ involvement in Sudanese internal affairs.
The successive outages have resulted in widespread inconvenience for Outlook users, hindering their ability to access and send emails reliably, as well as use the mobile Outlook app. Frustrated users took to Twitter to voice their complaints, expressing how the sporadic email service disruptions have adversely affected their productivity.
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BleepingComputer reached out to Microsoft for comment regarding the claims made by Anonymous Sudan, but a response has not been provided at this time. The situation continues to unfold, leaving Outlook.com users concerned about the stability and security of their email service in the face of these disruptive attacks.
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