Nextgen Networks has hit back at IBM's claims that it was to blame for the census stuff-up, saying that its offer of protection against distributed denial of service attacks was rejected.
IBM has laid the blame on Nextgen Networks, and, through it, Vocus Communications, for the collapse of the census website on 9 August, claiming that its instructions to cut off overseas access when a distributed denial of service attack took place were not implemented.
The Australian Cyber Security Centre has poured cold water on claims made by the media back in August that a "foreign cyber attack" was responsible for the taking offline of the census website.
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