Unusual Hits from Lockheed Martin — Love or Cyber Warfare?


Post by WildSnow.com blogger | August 19, 2008      

This morning we noticed another server slowdown/shutdown that resulted from a large amount of traffic from one server with IP number that geo locates to gigantic defense contractor Lockheed Martin in Denver. Something weird is going on with this and we’re trying to figure it out. Cyberwarfare from a disgruntled individual within their organization who doesn’t like how many face shots we brag about each winter? Just a bunch of backcountry skiers withing their population of 10,000 employees all browsing out of the same server at nearly the same time? We shall see.

Thanks to those of you from Lockheed who provided me with contact info. If anyone has more info, instead of leaving a comment please send me email via contact link in menu to left.

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4 Responses to “Unusual Hits from Lockheed Martin — Love or Cyber Warfare?”

  1. Dostie August 20th, 2008 3:50 pm

    s’what’s the verdict here? Luv or terrorism?

  2. Halsted August 20th, 2008 3:55 pm

    I think most of the skier’s I know at LM would like Wildsnow.com

  3. Lou August 20th, 2008 4:36 pm

    No verdict yet, might never be as much of what they do at Lockheed has multi layers of privacy. I’m sure if they catch an employee doing somethign funny I’d never hear about it, otherwise I could probably collect damages. The main thing is that the weirdness stops. Today everything seemed to go fine.

  4. unknown August 20th, 2008 5:08 pm

    hey lou. i found the contact link, time to hide it again so we can all look for it 🙂

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