My ISP got DDoSed

[Starting from Tuesday my ISP got DDoSed][1]. It was impossible to get online with my normal browsers (Firefox, Chrome, Opera, ViValdi). Luckily I had Tor (That while I have been bad mouthing Tor, for being unsecured (it is!)). With Tor I could reach websites (I just didn’t log in to anything, like I would usually do). I’ve been constantly look at this with the normal browsers:

It will be interesting to see in the future which ISP moves over first to the SAFE Network. While the talk in bitcoin land has been: “Which payment receiving company will start accepting bitcoin?”. Who know’s we might be asking which ISP will start using the SAFE Network? Because surely attacks like this will become commonplace.
[1]: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IEIaAOFJ3cU

Mine was dead for a while as well. I was thinking about it for a while, would that have affected SAFE net? Or was it just a DDoS on the DNS servers? I mean, 1 big provider, a lot of users. that would’ve been a lot of Vault once the network was live :-).

Next time try using Tor, because miraculously it could get on the internet. (let’s hope there is no next time, but obviously that’s just a joke).

[quote=“polpolrene, post:2, topic:4813”]
would that have affected SAFE net?
[/quote] Here it’s said that ddos are thwarted and useless:
https://youtu.be/RdGH40oUVDY?t=3m15s

So it would all depend on, if Ziggo is using the SAFE Network or not. It would be logic for a provider like Ziggo to use the SAFE Network in the future. Their idea to let users share/get free wifi, from eachother was already a good example. If only the routers had a harddrive, wow Ziggo would be able to get some SAFEcoins.