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November 06, 2013, 02:19:23 AM
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Quick Update: The Main DevTheHost website has recently been compromised and redirected to an obscene website. This is due to the fact that a hacker has acquired the password that I used on my personal NameCheap. He changed the email and password on the Namecheap account so that I could not access it. The DevTheHost.com domain was on this account(we did not host the main domain on the DTH DNS servers due to the fact that it holds the ns1 and ns2 subdomains and nameserver glue records.) We have contacted NameCheap about the issue, and they have locked the account to prevent further DNS modifications. The cpanel, billing, ns1, and ns2 subdomains have been left intact, and we are currently waiting on the NameCheap Risk Management team to start their shift so that we can regain full access to the NameCheap account. The password that was used on the NameCheap account is not used on any administrative-access accounts on the DTH cPanel server, and no customer data has been compromised. All sites hosted on DTH will continue to work, and we will have the main site restored shortly. The hacker does not have the ability to make further changes to the devthehost.com domain. We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience caused to customers by this and hope to have it resolved as quickly as possible.

EDIT: We are working on getting a mirror of DTH's main site up while we continue to work on getting the domain back. Stay tuned for updates!

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November 06, 2013, 06:20:41 PM
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This is due to the fact that a hacker has acquired the password that I used on my personal NameCheap.

Grrrr. We need a word.
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