Revision3 hiccups, Veronica Belmont Twitters

Revision3 suffers temporary outage, prompting Veronica Belmont twitter and Valleywag report.

Web TV network Revision3 had a temporary outage on Tuesday, the company said.

The news was originally reported on Twitter by none other than Gen X Web 2.0 personality and former CNET producer Veronica Belmont, who was recently hired to work on Revision3's Tekzilla program. "Holy DDOS attacks, Batman! Rev3 is under fire!" she wrote.

All I could get out of a Revision3 representative was this statement: "The Revision3 Web site experienced a disruption in service earlier today, but it has been addressed."

But Valleywag reports that Revision3 co-founder David Prager attributed the outage to a possible distributed denial-of-service attack.

Now who would want to attack Revision3?

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Elinor Mills covers Internet security and privacy. She joined CNET News in 2005 after working as a foreign correspondent for Reuters in Portugal and writing for The Industry Standard, the IDG News Service, and the Associated Press. E-mail Elinor.

 

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