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===Services===
The company offers core engineering services specializing in Apache, Python, FreeBSD, OpenVPN and Perl.
 
==WikiLeaks==
Dyn, Inc. was quickly wrapped up within the controversy of WikiLeaks' release of classified American documents as they provided web-hosting services for the site. Dyn stopped hosting Wikileaks on Dec. 2nd, 2010; Wikileaks had made its big release a month prior. Dyn has said it was forced to stop hosting the site after numerous [[DDoS]] attacks, which put its ability to provide for its other 500,000 customers in jeopardy. <ref>[http://www.nhbr.com/businessnewsstatenews/905237-257/dyn-inc.-acquires-sendlabs.html NHBR.com]</ref>
 
==Associations==
Dynamic Network Services, Inc. maintain associations with the following organizations -
* In 4 years, from 2003 to 2007, the company’s growth rate was 208.7%; it was subsequently ranked 73rd in the list of "Top Companies in Telecommunications" in US by Trade Publication Inc. Overall, it ranked 11th in New Hampshire.
* Dynamic Network Services, Inc. received the ''Innovation Rocks!'' award from the New Hampshire Division of Economic Development’s Business Resource Center.<ref>[http://www.nheconomy.com/innovation-rocks/Dynamic-Network-Service.aspx NH business Resource Center]</ref>
==WikiLeaks==
Dyn, Inc. was quickly wrapped up within the controversy of WikiLeaks' release of classified American documents as they provided web-hosting services for the site. Dyn stopped hosting Wikileaks on Dec. 2nd, 2010; Wikileaks had made its big release a month prior. Dyn has said it was forced to stop hosting the site after numerous [[DDoS]] attacks, which put its ability to provide for its other 500,000 customers in jeopardy. <ref>[http://www.nhbr.com/businessnewsstatenews/905237-257/dyn-inc.-acquires-sendlabs.html NHBR.com]</ref>
==References==

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