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Tuesday, 16 October 2012

Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Cyber Fighters which had announced in their today's statement that they would continue their cyber attacks for the fifth consecutive week, just minutes ago succeeded in making Capital One's website down.

Izz ad-Din al-Qassam Cyber ​​Fighters which had announced in their today's statement that they would continue their cyber attacks for the fifth consecutive week, just minutes ago succeeded in making Capital One's website down. 
This group has claimed responsibility for the attack and has sent Hilf-ol-Fozoul these images:






More information about this attack will be published soon.
Capitalone.com server report and response time
The above graph displays service status activity for Capitalone.com over the last 10 automatic checks. The blue bar displays the response time, which is better when smaller. If no bar is displayed for a specific time it means the service is down and the site is offline.
Service Status History :
DateTimePing TimeDateTimePing Time
15.Oct.201215:15844.66 ms.15.Oct.201219:10427.11 ms.
15.Oct.201220:24421.12 ms.16.Oct.201202:27581.45 ms.
16.Oct.201204:58556.96 ms.16.Oct.201206:05563 ms.
16.Oct.201207:56580.98 ms.16.Oct.201209:460 ms.
16.Oct.201210:50545.25 ms.16.Oct.201211:52182.03 ms.
* Times displayed are PST, Pacific Standard Time (GMT -08:00) - Current server time is 12:32
We have tried pinging Capital One website using our server and the website returned the above results. If Capitalone.com is down for us too there is nothing you can do except waiting. Probably the server is overloaded, down or unreachable because of a network problem or a a website maintenance is in progress.
If the site is live and yet you cant load the page, try one of the below solutions:
  • Reload the site directly from the Internet. This can be achieved by pressing CTRL + F5 keys at the same time on your favourite browser (Firefox, Chrome, Explorer, etc.)
  • Temporarily disable your computers firewall and close any anti-virus software that may be running in the background.
  • Clear your DNS cache to make sure that it is not an ISP specific issue.
    (Start > Command Prompt > ipconfig /flushdns)
  • Use a public DNS service such as OpenDNS or Google Public DNS
  • Switch off the modem, wait a few seconds and turn on again.
  • Clear the cache and cookies on your browser. Exit your browser completely before trying to access the website again.
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