I noted last month the cyber-war against Estonian government sites. As expected, it got worse running up to the symbolic day of the May 9th. At this point, the mainstream media is carrying the story, and recognizing this is an unprecedented attack on a sovereign nation.
From the Washington Post:
"The nature of the latest attacks is very different," said Linnar Viik, a government IT consultant, "and it's no longer a bunch of zombie computers, but things you can't buy from the black market," he said. "This is something that will be very deeply analyzed, because it's a new level of risk. In the 21st century, the understanding of a state is no longer only its territory and its airspace, but it's also its electronic infrastructure."
"This is not some virtual world," Viik added. "This is part of our independence. And these attacks were an attempt to take one country back to the cave, back to the Stone Age."
“We can’t say we have seen the biggest attack yet,” he [Hillar Aarelaid] said, “because each wave is bigger than the one before.”