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April 12, 2013, 04:31:02 PM
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Maybe they think because they run Windows 95 they don't have DDOS anymore.  Cheesy

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April 12, 2013, 04:34:08 PM
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I've been swing trading all night. There's intermittent downtime, and intermittent extremely long delays that dont really count as "downtime" that've registered on my trading program. It's not a panic sell, it's a comfy, gentle back-and-forth sea. I have no doubt they're being DDoSed.
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April 12, 2013, 04:40:37 PM
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I was talking about bitcoincharts.com and other tracking-only websites. There's little reason to DDoS those, as people can find the information they need at the primary source anyway. They're probably just overwhelmed with legitimate requests.
Blocking this information is perfect way to induce panic
This secondary information would already be blocked by ddosing the primary sources only. Why waste resources by attacking bitcoincharts directly?
Perhaps owner can clarify what is going on for fact...?

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April 12, 2013, 06:43:37 PM
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I use bitcoincharts info to pull bid/ask information into an excel spreadsheet and I can tell you that they are severely struggling to keep that site up.  Whether it's legitimate server overload or DDoS I'm unsure about, but they are down EVERY time we have one these bitcoin infrastructure freezups and multiple times in between. 
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April 12, 2013, 06:55:43 PM
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I was talking about bitcoincharts.com and other tracking-only websites. There's little reason to DDoS those, as people can find the information they need at the primary source anyway. They're probably just overwhelmed with legitimate requests.
Blocking this information is perfect way to induce panic
This secondary information would already be blocked by ddosing the primary sources only. Why waste resources by attacking bitcoincharts directly?
Perhaps owner can clarify what is going on for fact...?
Why DDoS the mining pools also??

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April 12, 2013, 07:06:51 PM
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it might just be the volume of trades. before this whole bitcoin value increase it was a volume from 20k-120k. Right now it is saying the volume is at 433k.
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