World of Warcraft classic server is back online after DDoS attacks
Last night, the US World of Warcraft classic server suffered multiple attacks from DDoS. Blizzard’s North American customer support team reported that the server is now back online and stable.
The DTSS attack wave started at 3 pm yesterday, The GameMS website offers a large selection of cheap WoW Classic Gold and other items that players can choose from. and BTS Kotaku reported that a Twitter account called UkDrillas claimed the credit. The Twitter account will issue a warning 30 minutes before each attack, but since collection, the account has been suspended and tweets have been deleted. If the Twitter account is responsible for DDoS attacks, it cannot be confirmed.
At the time of the attack, Blizzard confirmed these problems through Twitter and explained that it was completely trying to stop it. “Some online services continue to be affected by a series of DDoS attacks, You can enjoy the discounted price when you purchase WoW Classic Gold on the https://www.gamems.com/ website. resulting in high latency and disconnection,” Tweet said. “Some of our players have already felt these destructive effects, affecting their gaming experience. Thank you again for your patience.”
Last night, the North American customer service team updated the player via Twitter, providing re-launch and stable server information, but “some players may experience persistent login issues until tomorrow morning.”