We are the Fancy Bear

We are the Fancy Bear and we have chosen your company as target for our next DDoS attack.

What the FUCK! Erst dachte ich mir, das dies mal wieder so eine lustige SPAM Mail ist. Doch dann sind wir eines besseren belehrt worden…

Please perform a google search for „Fancy Bear“ and „Mirai Botnet“ to have a look at some of our previous „work“.
Your network will be subject to a DDoS attack starting at Tuesday, November 21th.

(This is not a hoax, and to prove it right now we will start a small attack on xx.xxx.xxx.xxx that will last for 30 minutes. It will not be heavy attack, at this moment.)

What does this mean?

This means that your website and other connected services will be unavailable for everyone. Please also note that this will severely damage your reputation amongst your users / customers.

How do I stop this?

We are willing to refrain from attacking your servers for a small fee. The current fee is 1 Bitcoin (BTC). The fee will increase by 1 Bitcoins for each day after Tuesday, November 21th that has passed without payment.

Please send the bitcoin to the following Bitcoin address: 5waronertKjUwwepuDpebDr35dkf4vtHHg

Once you have paid we will automatically get informed that it was your payment. Please note that you have to make payment before the deadline or the attack WILL start!

What if I don’t pay?

If you decide not to pay, we will start the attack at the indicated date and uphold it until you do, there’s no counter measure to this, you will only end up wasting more money trying to find a solution (Cloudflare, Incapsula and similar services are useless). We will completely destroy your reputation and make sure your services will remain offline until you pay. Do not reply to this email, don’t try to reason or negotiate, we will not read any replies. Once you have paid we won’t start the attack and you will never hear from us again!

Please note that Bitcoin is anonymous and no one will find out that you have complied.

Was ist dann passiert?

Wir haben uns noch lustig gemacht, weil die Mail halt schon sehr nach SPAM aussieht.
Wie es aber der Zufall will, fing auf einmal die Webseite an zu spinnen.
Bis sie nicht mehr erreichbar  war.

Der Fancy Bear hat 2x zugeschlagen

Einmal so gegen 13:30 und das andere mal knapp 2 Stunden später war die Webseite nicht mehr zu erreichen.
Wir fragten uns wirklich ob das jetzt mit der SPAM Mail von Fancy Bear zusammenhängt oder es einfach Zufall ist.
Nun wir werden das weiter beobachten


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