Apparently, the individuals who received the warning were identified as suspects and will be prosecuted for a cyber offense if they continue using ddos services.
Dutch National Police have sent final warning letters to around thirty users of an on-demand DDoS (distributed denial of service) website. The move indicates that the police in europe are determined to bust such services without any delay.
Reportedly, the individuals who received the warning were identified as suspects and will be prosecuted for a cyber offense if they continue using DDoS services after receiving the warning letter. The letters were issued on Monday.
The warning letters seem to be an attempt from the dutch police to reduce cybercrime and encourage offenders towards legal alternatives for polishing their skills. The Dutch police noted in the letter that the recipients’ criminal activity is now part of their records and any further offenses will lead to their conviction.
“We see what you’re doing, now cut it out or we’re going to arrest you,” the Dutch police warning read. “We have registered you in our system and you will now receive a final warning. If new similar facts arise in the future, we