GM food research site hit by cyber attack

“The cyber-strike came after hundreds of protestors went to the agricultural research station in Hertfordshire to try to attack the facility’s trial of genetically modified wheat,” writes The Register’s Brid-Aine Parnell. “A large force of mounted police and foot patrols stopped the activists from ripping up the crop, one of the stated aims posted on the protest’s website.” In a press release, Rothamsted Research stated, “We believe this was a distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack but it is unclear who was responsible. The timing of the attack and the information we have seen on Twitter would suggest this attack relates to an experiment being conducted at Rothamsted Research to test wheat which has been genetically modified to repel greenfly and blackfly pests as a sustainable alternative to spraying pesticides.”

View the original article here:GM Food Research Site Hit by Cyber Attack – TruthAlliance.net

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