CYBER TERRORISTS HIGHJACK DNS & OTHER CYBER TERRORISM BEHAVIOR TO LOOK OUT FOR
If you are having problems with your website check your DNS. If your DNS is being change by your domain registrar you are registered with report it the the registrar company you are with, demand an investigation, and switch to a secure, trustworthy, domain name registrar who will not condone cyber terrorism within their company.
Attackers sometimes hijack traffic to internet endpoints such as web servers by intercepting DNS queries and returning their own IP addresses to DNS resolvers in place of the actual IP addresses for those endpoints. Users are then routed to the IP addresses provided by the attackers in the spoofed response, for example, to fake websites.
What this means in simple terms is if you are receiving strange error pages and website crashes or pages that read that your hosting service has been suspended, you are under a cyber attack and need to double check your Name Servers DNS to make sure they are pointed to the correct hosting company your website it hosted with.
AI technology will be developed to stop cyber terrorism within corporate companies, and this could result in replacing humans with AI because the human cyber terrorists within corporate companies are destroying the reputation of the company and the corporate company is going to lose trust from consumers and go bankrupt when all their customers leave the company and switch to a company that has zero tolerance for cyber terrorism and high security to keep out outside cyber attacks although many of the attacks are coming from within the companies.
AI technology will be implemented within the corporate companies to stop a devastating crash of ecommerce.
The cyber terrorists are going to take all of the jobs away from the people by infiltrating companies covertly and cyber attacking TARGETS.
BEHAVIOR TO WATCH FOR WITHIN CORPORATE COMPANIES:
-Slow customer service, not resolving an issue in an expedited manner.
-Keep the customer on the phone for 1-2 hours, unresolving the issue, and asking them to call back the next day to follow up on the dispute.
-Transferring the customer from department to department and disconnecting the customer so they have to call back and start the dispute all over again.
-Confrontational customer service toward the customer, creating a conflict, frustration, making the customer repeat themselves, not offering a solution immediately.
-Making the customer call numerous times about a ticket that has been submitted, recapping their dispute over and over to create unresolved frustration within the customer and to slow the customer down from a resolution.
As a customer it is important to report all of this kind of behavior to the corporate company as harassment and ask for an investigation with the company for cyber terrorism.