Alright! Peanuts! Check! Coffee! Check! News running on tv! Check! It sounds not very scary is it? But imagine that with it or without some closer unindentified chaps have made quite a big rumble in Czech republic. Well how? Where? What? I'll tell you! Simply by breaking to Czech Republics Central Bank website and doing a 'little' tornado out there. Unfortunately operators of Central Bank website along with their hosting provider are kinda sleazy and completely uninformed on how to defend such an important institution from being hacked, of course... in my... o...tshh... . Then... put back the site online - hosting provider fails once again. Anyways let's stop this accusing and get back on the track saying what actually happened out there. We're 6th March 2013 today. Around closer unindentified time a group of hackers decide to wham into Central Bank website along with Prague Stock Exchange website (and a couple of others including big news gamers within Czech Republic). Things get smelly very quickly and the sites are down. Attack used - DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service). Hopefully the attacks didn't endanger financial acounts of any of the banks or stock exchange according to Jiri Kovarik, spokesman at the Prague Stock Exchange. The police operating in the area of Czech republic is unable to locate hackers whereabouts and put them to criminal proseccution after analysing the attacks on Wednesday 6th March 2013. In my opinion these attacks were made to show and prove something and not to actually interupt any of the two institutes financial operations. If hackers would want to interupt them - they would choose to break into trading platforms etc. which they haven't done...yet.