[EN]: A few hours ago, a member of Anonymous known on Twitter as AnonymousOwn3r has claimed responsibility for problems at GoDaddy. The hacker says the attack on GoDaddy’s “is not coming from Anonymous coletive, the attack it’s coming only from me.” Millions of web sites are not accesible. The same can be said about e-mail accounts.
[ES]: Hace unas pocas horas, un miembro de Anonymous conocido como AnonymousOwn3r se atribuyó la responsabilidad por los problemas en GoDaddy. El hacker dice que el ataque a GoDaddy “no viene de la colectiva Anonymous, sino que el ataque solo viene de mi”. Millones de sitios web no se encuentran accesibles. Lo mismo se puede decir de cuentas de correo electrónico.
@film_girl I'm taking godaddy down bacause well i'd like to test how the cyber security is safe and for more reasons that i can not talk now— Anonymous Own3r (@AnonymousOwn3r) September 10, 2012
@felipebastos1 sim eu sou do brasil blz?— Anonymous Own3r (@AnonymousOwn3r) September 10, 2012
Update: Still working on it, but we're making progress. Some service has already been restored. Stick with us.— GoDaddy (@GoDaddy) September 10, 2012
We're continuing our work to get back on track. This is our #1 priority. We'll keep posting updates here. Thanks for all the support.— GoDaddy (@GoDaddy) September 10, 2012