A “huge messaging storm” confused a part of Telstra’s domain title server infrastructure for several hrs on Sunday, triggering widespread online difficulties for largely east coastline clients.
The difficulties started off at all-around 10.30am AEST and have been resolved by about 2.30pm.
Telstra originally claimed in a assertion on Twitter that some of its DNS infrastructure was focused by a “cyber assault, regarded as a denial of service (DoS)”.
“We’re blocking the destructive targeted visitors attacking some of our products and services,” it claimed in a separate statement just immediately after midday AEST.
“We are confident we have blocked all