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Re: [tor-talk] Unusual Tor's spikes in Egypt and Turkey on 28th August

That's what I've been thinking 'till now, it took a while to reach you
here. But if it is a botnet activity, who did this? It's in two
different countries, so would sound like a third party....
Raffaele Angius
Journalist and Media Innovation Advisor
Twitter: @faffa42

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2017-09-21 13:54 GMT+02:00 Raffaele Angius <raf.angius@xxxxxxxxx>:
> Hi, Faffa here.
> Trying so hard to understand the problem with those spikes. Since I have the
> impression that it's not a human activity, one option I was discussing with
> some friends is that it could be a strategy to force connections into a
> specific node, by saturating the others. Does it make any sense to you?
> Raffaele Angius
> Journalist and Media Innovation Advisor
> Twitter: @faffa42
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