That's exactly what should be done. Not only are the servers in the US, but it is likely that a large portion of the attacking botnet or even command center is within the US as well. The trail leading to China could just be a smoke screen... maybe the responsible person is right here in the US. Really.... what are the odds of some guy in China commanding a botnet to attack Boonex for a lousy 10,000 bucks? That's chump change. There are people in the world that would pay much more than that, see more for control of a botnet like the one used on Boonex. No offfense to Boonex, but there are much bigger fish to fry, so why wouldn't they? It's either a colossally stupid extortionist, or more likely a disgruntled ex employee or competitor. Whoever it is, I think it's time they did some jail time.
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