Donald Trump debate website goes offline

Donald Trump’s debate website went offline Saturday morning, and a New York-based hacker common claimed responsibility.

New World Hacking, that purports to concentration attacks on militant groups like a Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS), combined that it was a “1 hour test”:

The website seemed to be behind online around noon Eastern Time.

An archived image of remained online during a outage interjection to CloudFlare, a association that powers a site.

And an blunder summary on a mobile chronicle of a site read: “We’re experiencing an scarcely high volume of trade during a moment. We’re Honored That so Many People Want to Show Their Support to Help #MakeAmericaGreatAgain!”

New World Hacking recently claimed shortcoming for shutting down a BBC News website for several hours progressing this week.

According to BBC record match Rory Cellan-Jones, a organisation launched a Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) conflict opposite a site as a “test” of their systems: