When I first started doing SEO, I found a client who had a site about penny stocks. He's still my client over 1 year later. Here the thing.... We (and my outsourcers) got to page 1 on Google, but now (as of today) his site is under DOS attack. Code: Hello, I apologize, but were were forced to stringblock the domain sitename.com as it appears that this particular site is under attack, which was causing an issue for our other clients. Although we are currently attempting to mitigate the attack, likely this firewall block will need to remain in place until the attack subsides. I apologize a bout any inconvenience this may have caused.Sincerely, Shaun L. I'm sure someone, either a competitor or someone who received a lousy stock pick hired some Russians or Chinese to do the DOS attack, my question is what can we do about it? Is there anyway to find out who is doing the attack? I'm guessing no. While neither he nor I want a vendetta, we do want it to stop. Was thinking if we could find out who is doing it (meaning the actual attackers) we could pay them to stop. Now then, if we did find out the person who hired them... well that's another story. Any suggestion appreciated.