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Battle.net has recovered from DDoS attack, Blizzard says

Por: The Verge Tech November 25, 2021

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that the Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks that were overwhelming its servers with coordinated traffic are over, and that you should be able to log into Battle.net again. During the almost hour-long Wednesday evening attack, you may have experienced serious issues trying to get onto the online service underpinning Overwatch, Call of Duty: Warzone, Hearthstone, Diablo’s online features and more. The DDOS attacks that we were... + full article



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