A massive network of hacked CCTV cameras is being used to bring down computers around the world, we're told.
The shop's website was flooded offline after drowning in 35,000 junk HTTP requests per second.
"As we extracted the geo-location from the IP addresses generating the DDoS, we noticed that they were coming from all over the world, different countries and networks.
Around a quarter of the remote-controlled malware-infected cameras were located in Taiwan, with another 12 per cent in the US and just under 10 per cent in Indonesia.
The remote-code execution vulnerability was discovered in March; sadly, CCTVs aren't high on the patching priority list of most admins.
There's not a lot victims can do to avoid this botnet other than buying more internet-facing bandwidth or putting their servers behind large anti-DDoS services.