At&t Internet has been hit with an attack that may have compromised its network, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t get back online soon.
According to the carrier, it will be back online by the end of the week.
“We will be up and running by the next day,” the carrier said.
The DDoS threat comes just days after AT&T announced it had experienced a significant number of DDoS attacks that affected its network.
The carrier blamed the attacks on a hacker group called BlackEnergy.
The group, which has previously attacked AT&t and its competitor, Comcast, claimed responsibility for several attacks on AT&ts network.
AT& t is currently offering an upgrade for customers who experienced the DDoS threats.
At&t said that it has a plan in place to help customers restore their internet connection in the coming days.
AT & t has offered an upgrade to its customers who are experiencing DDoS or other network disruptions, and is also offering a refund for customers that have already received their new AT&tt service.
“It is important to note that the vast majority of customers will be able to restore their connection, but in the case of any customer who was not able to connect to the Internet on Wednesday or Thursday, we encourage them to take the time to ensure that they have adequate backup services available,” AT&ton said.