Cyberattack affects Port of London website

Tom Allen
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The Port of London Authority maintains the integrity of the Thames from Teddington Lock to the North Sea
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The Port of London Authority maintains the integrity of the Thames from Teddington Lock to the North Sea

A suspected Iranian group has launched a DDoS attack against the Port of London's website and boasted about it on Telegram.

The group, known as ALtahrea, launched the attack - spotted by Check Point Research - on Monday night and claimed responsibility on Telegram. The Port of London Authority is a public trust respo...

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