Comment: na, because I was listening live and visiting their site,

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na, because I was listening live and visiting their site,

when it happened. and his IT crew informed him on air.

with crappy sites with very little viewership/traffic, I have seen them claim 'we're being attacked,' to raise their site's profile. plus, as I understand, DDoS ain't that hard to do, but keeping your systems free against it is a matter of scalar vigilance, no? think for most larger operations, it's more a hassle/nuisance than anything like 'nerds damaged our operation, damn it! You damn nerds!'

lol.

w/IFW: from past observation, it's either overload, or DDoS. their maintenance hours are specific. plus, no biz does maintenance during their primetime broadcast hours.

sure it can be server issues, but I doubt it.

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