A company’s web-based account management service was unavailable for a period of three days, after a disgruntled client launched a denial of service attack on the site somewhere in Europe. During that time period, customers were unable to access the system to make payments, execute transactions, or check account balances. Customers sued the company for more than $750,000 in damages.

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