Nothing to Do with Cyber Polygon: Tens of Thousands of Websites Worldwide Went Offline Today

By Chris Black

Over 32,000 websites went offline on Thursday due to a massive DNS failure that originated at approximately 11 00 ET.

The culprit behind this global issue seems to be Akamai edge DNS:

Here’s how this stuff works: 

The Domain Name System (DNS) is a central part of the internet, providing a way to match names (a website you’re seeking) to numbers (the address for the website).  DNS syncs up domain names with IP addresses enabling humans to use memorable domain names while computers on the internet can use IP addresses.

The Internet’s DNS system works much like a phone book by managing the mapping between names and numbers. DNS servers translate requests for names into IP addresses, controlling which server an end user will reach when they type a domain name into their web browser.

Edge DNS is an authoritative DNS service that moves your DNS resolution from your premises or data centers to the Akamai Intelligent Edge. Edge DNS is architected for nonstop DNS availability and high performance, even through the largest DDoS attacks. 

Along with the benefits, there are security risks associated with DDNS. Attackers can leverage DDNS services to change the IP addresses that host command-and-control servers. Malware campaigns and even exploit kits can utilize DDNS services as part of their payload distribution.

This is what actually happened today: unknown hackers used malware or exploit kits and brought this sucker down via DNS failure.

 Among those affected by the outage were PlayStation Network, Fidelity, FedEx, Steam, UPS, Airbnb, Home Depot, and Amazon.

To make it really simple for my readers, without DNS, most services shut down. 

Was this a trial run for an attack on DNS infrastructure?

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Enter Cyber Polygon 2021.

 Cyber Polygon is basically a war game meant to “simulate” a cyber-attack on vital infrastructure that would lead to a shutdown of the global supply chain, or at least the supply chains within certain nations.

If you ask me, these cyber-attacks are only a part of a much wider globalist take over, just like the Covid 19 hoax (research Event 201) was when it begun. 

We saw this with the coronavirus hoax, and we’re seeing it again with the “cyber pandemic” hacking attacks. Both times, the World Economic Forum had a bunch of forums and meetings, published endless essays, saying they were “worried” about it – and then they made it happen.

Cyber Polygon was a blueprint for this kind of stuff. What happened today is only the first warning shot, aimed to implement the idea of internet progressively being down in the mind of the public.

Massive cyber-attacks targeting the supply chain will be the paramount of this new viral, digital pandemic this winter. They are preparing the unsuspecting public for further, more extended cyber-attacks in the coming months, targeting critical infrastructure.

Once these massive cyber-attacks targeting the supply chain occurred and the dust has settled over, even more Orwellian technological tyranny measures will be implemented.

 The transnational cabal ruling the world will make mandatory a digital ID (included in the digital credit health score obviously) with some kind of encryption key to access the internet. 

No digital ID, no internet access. 

The actual internet will be overwritten. You will have zero privacy in the name of more cyber security and greater good. 

I see this final step as an upgraded digital “damnatio memoriae” on the cyber infrastructure.

 Erase then overwrite.


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