The DNS provider of Wikileaks.org has officially taken the website offline, and now Wikileaks is officially unavailable worldwide. EveryDNS.net was the host that provided Wikileaks its domain name system services, and it has officially terminated its DNS on the 2nd December. EveryDNS.net terminated the DNS system because it has violated their terms and conditions which state “Member shall not interfere with another Member’s use and enjoyment of the Service or another entity’s use and enjoyment of similar services.”
Prior to the ban, Wikileaks was attacked consistently by the DDoS, according to which the website was inaccessible. The attacks as such will be threatening EveryDNS.net, who hosts more than 500000 websites around the world. Wikileaks was told in advance that its website was going to go offline.
Wikileaks has exposed innumerable classified documents of the United States on its website which made the nation retaliate strongly against the leaks, and they eventually they took a very strict action against them. As long as Assange is safe and alive the problem is still not over, prior to this he has even supplied various media personnel with classified documents so that they could be published. For now the threat for the US has still not been evaded.