Dragon’s Call Defended from Massive Hack Attacks

Dragon’s Call, a popular web game developed by Aiyou Network Technology, has been so fascinated by lots of players that it has rolled out Chinese, English, Russian and Arabic versions to enthusiastic players.

However, it’s reported that its Russian server encountered a big issue several days ago. On the afternoon of February 26 th server time, a huge wave of hackers began launching attacks on the Russian Dragon’s Call, which suddenly aroused chaos in the game. Many players found that their gold was used up, their gears were sold out and even their accounts were completely stolen. The hackers even took control of some guilds and maliciously disbanded many of them.

In view of such an emergency, the official took a quick action, though reluctantly, to shut down the server and roll back the data. The hackers also made attack attempts on the Arabic server and English Server 9, but in front of a series of instant and effective measures by the official, their evil attempts were successfully interrupted, which prevented the game from further losses.

If players are interested in Dragon’s Call, here are the links:

Russian Server: http://www.zovdrakona.ru

Official game platform: http://www.gamedp.com

Official Forum: http://forum.gamedp.com


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About Aiyou Network Technology -

Aiyou Network Technology was founded in 2008 as a small independent studio and then expanded itself into a much bigger one in 2012. Now we become a globalized team with more than 150 people and concentrating on browser-based game development. What is more, a cutting-edge gaming platform is on our schedule and we intend to become a significant role in all the major gaming markets worldwide.  

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