500px-ntt_docomo_logo_2008-svg_ Over the past week there has been huge attention to a leak of data from the Japanese mobile giant NTT DoCoMo in the name of it supporting CISPA. The news has been a big subject across many different Japanese sites after @LulzSecWiki released a dump of accounts that contain personal credentials. Today the same account has announce that the docomo-usa.com website is offline > TANGODOWN - docomo-usa.com #LulzSec #AntiSec — LulzSecWiki (@LulzSecWiki) April 29, 2013

I have confirmed with LulzSecWiki that this is an attack and not the result of the recent leak and the site (https://www.docomo-usa.com/) has been offline now for over 30 minutes 12 hours at time of publishing which is only a short time but it is confirmed as down. oops-google-chrome-could-not-connect-to-www-docomo-usa-com_ An attack like takes away the possibility of sales and client access to the American based customers or people researching information related to DoCoMo services and products. Yesterday i also announced that DoCoMo has confirmed this breach and that it was from a third party sales provider which is most likely the USA based site as many of the account details were related to its domain.