Looks like it's PayPal's turn in this volley. After Anonymous started an anti-PayPal campaign last week in response to all the recent arrests, PayPal has come back with what they believe are the IP addresses of those responsible for last year's DDoS attacks on their servers.
Anonymous, the group behind the Denial-of-Service attacks that hit Visa, HBGary Federal, and the Egyptian government, has once again set its sights on Iran, according to a recent statement.
According to a Facebook executive, the target of today's DDOS attacks on Twitter, Facebook, LiveJournal, YouTube and other social media sites was one pro-Georgian blogger going by the username of "Cyxym." No word as to who was behind the attack.
I just noticed that tons of commenters on our latest Pirate Bay trial update were saying that the site was down, and sure enough, others are reporting that the Bay is indeed under attack. Reuven at Sys-Con.tv is saying it's an orchestrated DDoS assault, and that the culprit may have hijacked a botnet to make it…