There was a DOS on one of the sites on the server, so access to the server has been temporarily disabled. We are working as fast as we can to stop the attack and restore service.
There is a network outage at the NetDepot Atlanta datacenter. The host7 server is up but not reachable. NetDepot is troubleshooting the issue now.
The host7 server is currently inaccessible due to a networking issue at the NetDepot datacenter. The technicians are working to resolve the issue.
UPDATE: There is a massive DDOS directed at the datacenter (Wired Tree) that’s causing the network issue. They are working to resolve it. There is a network issue that is preventing access to the wyandot and host1 servers. The data center technicians are aware and working to resolve the issue.
UPDATE: The issue with the wyandot server has been resolved and the server is online. The wyandot server is experiencing hard drive issues. The techs at the datacenter are looking at the server now.
Update @7:49 a.m.: Both servers are online now. ======================== Update @6:59 a.m.: The entire NetDepot Dallas datacenter is down and it looks like there is some sort of network/router issue. We are still waiting for an update from them. ======================== The huron server suddenly went off-line at 5;15 a.m. EST today (May 29). The hudson […]
UPDATE: The target of the DOS attack was a hacked WordPress website. The hackers created numerous files advertising Chinese webites, then directed traffic to those files. They were able to gain access to the site via a weak administrator password. The hacked site has been cleaned and traffic to the server has returned to normal […]
UPDATE – March 17 @ 12:02 P.M. EST – On March 6 we received the following maintenance notification from GNAX/NetDepot, one of the data centers we use to host our webservers: Maintenance Notification: Facility: Atlanta Time: 22:00 EST on Sunday March 15th. Window duration: 2 hours Anticipated impact: up to 1 hour Description: Core Network […]
UPDATE January 21: On January 7 the NetDepot datacenter experienced a power outage on the B feed in their Atlanta data center. This caused a number of servers to abruptly lose power and go offline. Once power was restored all but one of our servers successfully rebooted. The server that failed was one of two […]
UPDATE: The server performed an automatic disk check when rebooted. The disk check is complete and the server should be online shortly. The miami server failed to reboot after a kernel update this morning. We are investigating the cause now.