In the wake of the arrest of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, Ecuador has been exposed for 40 million cyber attacks against public institutions.
It claims Ecuador on the night of Tuesday local time.
Cyberangrebene began on Thursday in last week, says the country's deputy minister of information and communication, Patricio Real.
the Same day, Ecuador announced that it would no longer give Julian Assange political asylum in Ecuador, after which he during the big commotion was arrested at the country's embassy in London.
According to the authorities in Ecuador, the country has to be subjected to 'comprehensive attack'. They blocked access to the internet after 'threats from groups who support Julian Assange'.
the Attacks came mainly from the UNITED states, Brazil, the Netherlands, Germany, Romania, France, Austria and the Uk, says the deputy minister.
Ecuador's president, Lenin Moreno, has told, that it is also important to political asylum was revoked, because he had tried to create a 'spionagecenter' at the embassy in London.
The controversial WikiLeaks founder is accused of burglary of a regeringscomputer and dissemination of secret information about AMERICA's wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The 47-year-old Assange was back in november 2010 called for by the Swedish police. He was suspected to have been abusing sexually on two Swedish women in august of the same year.
the Case was instrumental in helping Assange in June 2012, seeking refuge in the Ecuador embassy in the Uk. Here he stayed until he was Thursday arrested in London.
The Swedish case against Assange were filed in 2017. After his arrest considering the Swedish prosecutor on the case must be reopened.
Sweden has not yet officially asked to get Assange extradited. It has, in turn, the UNITED states, writes the news agency AP.