Popular text-sharing site Pastebin has come under attack for the second time this week, falling victim to a distributed denial-of-service attack.
The site allows developers and programmers to store large code or configuration information that they can then share with others.
Pastebin has only recently recovered from the DDoS attack that downed the site on Wednesday morning. Early on Friday, Pastebin posted to Twitter that it was under attack again, stating that the attack was "a big one". It has since resolved the issue.
For more on this ZDNet UK-selected story, see Pastebin under DDoS attacks on ZDNet Australia.
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