4 Jun 2024 | Updated 24 Jun 2024 [services]

Trocador recovers from DDoS attack: 'We should be back online'

Trocador.app1 - Monero’s privacy-focused exchange aggregator - has apparently almost fully recovered from a brief DDoS (Distributed Denial-of-Service)2 attack that occurred yesterday and should be back online3 according to CryptoMorpheus_4:

We should be back online. Some VPN connections are still being blocked due to a very strict policy to contain the DDoS.

At the time of this report the website is also still inaccessible on some Tor IPs. Change the circuits if you see the Sorry, you have been blocked Cloudflare page.

Consult the previous Monero Observer report5 to learn more about Trocador.

This is an ongoing story and the report will be updated when new information is available.

Update: onion currently turned off due to non-stop DDoS attacks6.

  1. https://trocador.app/, (onion) trocadorfyhlu27aefre5u7zri66gudtzdyelymftvr4yjwcxhfaqsid.onion 

  2. https://farside.link/wikiless/wiki/Denial-of-service_attack 

  3. https://libera.monerologs.net/monero/20240603#c383582 

  4. @c​ryptomorpheus_:matrix.org, https://farside.link/nitter/CryptoMorpheus_ 

  5. /cryptomorpheus_-launches-trocador-exchange-aggregator/ 

  6. https://monero.town/post/3574353