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Published on Sep 10, 2012

The largest domain registrar on the Internet - GoDaddy.com - was taken offline on Monday, shutting down thousands and potentially million of users from websites hosted on affected servers. On Twitter, a person who claims to be affiliated with the loose knit Anonymous collective has taken credit for the attack, saying the action was necessary to test cyber security. RT web producer Andrew Blake breaks it down.


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