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 Sep 20, 2007 - 09:00 AM - by Michael
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Ars has more on the MediaDefender issue: apparently they're flailing around and making it more certain that people learn of their deceptions.

They're even breaking the law by launching a DDoS attack on a site hosting the emails.

The site also published an e-mail allegedly sent by Saaf himself. "I am the CEO of MediaDefender," the message says. "We have begun our civil and criminal investigations into the stolen e-mails from our company. We are meeting with the FBI on monday. Your IP address has been logged. I hope it was worth the thrill."

The site has been running intermittently since its launch, and the disruptions are thought to be the result of massive traffic coupled with a denial of service attack apparently launched by MediaDefender.

 

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