Erdogan's DDoS throws WikiLeaks

An ongoing DDoS attack threw WikiLeaks into a hindrance to the publication of various documents related to the failed Turkish coup.

Yesterday, WikiLeaks reported to Twitter that an upcoming leak would reveal 300.000 emails and over 500.000 documents.Recep Tayyip Erdogan WikiLeaks

According to WikiLeaks, the documents leaked from the AKP (Turkish: Adalet ve Kalkınma Partisi and the Greek: Justice and Development Party), which is the party of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.

WikiLeaks announced the data three days after the failed attempt by a small Turkish army team to take over the country's leadership through a military coup that failed a few hours later. In this 208 coup killed people and 2.000 people were injured.

So today WikiLeaks reported: "our infrastructure is under constant attack."

Below are the related tweets. At the time of writing, WikiLeaks appears to be online again, but has not published the documents he has announced.

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