The pro-Georgian blogger at the focal point of the distributed-denial-of-service (DDoS) attack, which brought down the microblogging website Twitter, has urged Russian President Dmitry Medvedev to launch a probe into the matter and find out the hackers behind the controversial attacks.
The blogger, who is a 34-year-old economics professor at Georgia and known as “Cyxymu” among the web users, has penned an open letter to the Russian President, asking for holding an investigation into the hacking attack on his websites, which impinged damages to Twitter, Facebook as well as the popular blogging platform LiveJournal.
In his request to the President, the blogger, whose real name is Georgy, wrote; “Your special services are able to trace the persons involved in this case and organisers of this attack. And your court, the most humane court in the world, is able to find and punish them”.
Furthermore, he also notified that he last week’s DDoS attacks were not the first one that wrecked his accounts, as his account at LiveJournal was attacked back in October last year.
However, the Georgian blogger has overtly blamed Russian government for sponsoring the attacks that surfaced last week. Citing the same, he said in his interview to Guardian, “Maybe it was carried out by ordinary hackers but I'm certain the order came from the Russian government”.