San Jose city websites, including a military dialect home page, were close down intermittently for several days after being targeted by a cyber attacker, officials pronounced Tuesday.
The city and military dialect websites were strike on Nov. 5 with a “distributed rejection of use attack,” that occurs when loads of trade are privately sent to a website to clog and close it down, pronounced David Vossbrink, a orator for a City of San Jose.
The websites were intermittently down for a few days, according to Vossbrink.
The emanate was resolved and all of a websites, including a military department’s, were behind adult and using as of Tuesday, he said.
It’s unclear, Vossbrink said, because a websites were targeted.
Hamed Aleaziz is a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer. E-mail: email@example.com Twitter: @haleaziz