Dyn is a company that manages the essential parts of the Internet’s infrastructure. Twitter, Spotify and Reddit, and the New York Times all use Dyn which is why they all  went down Friday as hackers released a large distributed denial of service (DDoS) attack on the servers of Dyn, a major DNS host. As of 4pm yesterday Friday October 21st, Dyn was being hit with a third wave of attacks. Dyn mentioned to CNBC that the attacked “well planned and executed, coming from tens of millions IP addresses at same time.” This is the current list of website that use Dyn and that you may have trouble accessing:

ActBlue

Basecamp

Big cartel

Box

Business Insider

CNN

Cleveland.com

Etsy

Github

Grubhub

Guardian.co.uk

HBO Now

Iheart.com (iHeartRadio)

Imgur

Intercom

Intercom.com

Okta

PayPal

People.com

Pinterest

Playstation Network

Recode

Reddit

Seamless

Spotify

Squarespace Customer Sites

Starbucks rewards/gift cards

Storify.com

The Verge

Twillo

Twitter

Urbandictionary.com (lol)

Weebly

Wired.com

Wix Customer Sites

Yammer

Yelp

Zendesk.com

Zoho CRM

Credit Karma

Eventbrite

Netflix

NHL.com

Fox News

Disqus

Shopify

Soundcloud

Atom.io

Ancersty.com

ConstantContact

Indeed.com

New York Times

Weather.com

WSJ.com

time.com

xbox.com

dailynews.com

Wikia

donorschoose.org

Wufoo.com

Genonebiology.com

BBC

Elder Scrolls Online

Eve Online

PagerDuty

Kayak

youneedabudget.com

Speed Test

Freshbooks

Braintree

Blue Host

Qualtrics

SBNation

Salsify.com

Zillow.com

nimbleschedule.com

Vox.com

Livestream.com

IndieGoGo

Fortune

CNBC.com

FT.com

Survey Monkey

Paragon Game

Runescape

 


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