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Telegram suffered a huge cyber attack during the Hong Kong protests, and it's blaming China

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Telegram suffered a huge cyber attack during the Hong Kong protests, and it's blaming China· *Telegram announced on Wednesday it was experiencing connection problems as the result of a huge cyber attack on its servers.*
· *The DDoS attack overloaded the servers with phoney requests, disrupting connection to the internet.*
· *Telegram founder Pavel Durov tweeted that most of the attacking IPs were based in China....
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