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HAGUE, August 2. /Itar-Tass /. The website of The Netherlands’ national police has been down today due to a massive hacker attack. According to the spokesperson of the Dutch police, as a result of the so-called DDoS-attack the web resource became overloaded with requests and unavailable for users.
From his words, the hackers couldn’t get into the computing system and no confidential data has been stolen. Currently, the website is being restored. “We are working on the website’s recovery,” the spokesperson noted adding that the police call center is working normally.
Experts assume that Anonymous movement is behind this hacker attack, however, at the time being nobody claimed the responsibility for the incident.