That’s right, there’s a server on Hostgator gator4305 and maybe 4304 also, it’s been down since Friday July 17th, and today is July 20th, and it is still down.
So what happen when customer contact Hostgator support? the answer is, “please wait another couple hours” and that’s the answer for 4 days straight. So what happen when customer contact Hostgator support about 98-99% uptime guaranteed? the answer “it was planned maintenance or emergency maintenance” so call controller swap that taken 4 days and counting? So in other word, if you’re looking for compensation for your business site or something no chance of getting any compensation, they will use “emergency maintenance” so nothing for you, next step? sue them!read more
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One of the web server I rented with hostgator was server gator4305 it was down for maintenance for almost 24 hours now. Imagine if you were hosting a small business website that takes appointments or update, what will happen to your business? What is a controller swap and why is it taking so long, what are the process involves? well apparently it’s not transparent of what they’re doing that take almost of 24 hours now and still counting, not up yet.
On Saturday, July 18, 2020, 04:41:16 AM EDT, Cloudflare Support Team <[email protected]> wrote:
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Today, from approximately 21:12 to 21:39 UTC, a configuration error in our backbone network caused an outage for Internet properties that use Cloudflare. During this period we saw traffic drop by about 50% across our network. Because of the architecture of our backbone this outage didn’t affect the entire Cloudflare network and was localized only to certain geographies.
This service disruption was not the result of an attack. It was caused by a network configuration error which caused traffic across our backbone to be sent to a single router on our global network. This quickly overwhelmed that router and caused Cloudflare network locations connected to the backbone to fail. Other locations not connected to the backbone continued to operate normally.
We have posted an initial summary of this incident on the Cloudflare blog. We’ve already made a change to the backbone configuration to make sure that this cannot happen again.
We’re deeply sorry about how this disruption may have impacted your services. Our business is based on trust and transparency and we are committed to your success.
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Twitter hackers who targeted Elon Musk and others received $121,000 in bitcoin, analysis shows
It was an apparent insider hack. In other word, the hacker(s) have some insider people work for Twitter let them in. Basically someone that work for twitter is affiliated with the hacker(s), in other word, the hacker work at twitter?
This is the reason why I do not trust anyone to work for me when it come to something like this, even with check and balance in place, the only person I can trust is ….. god! and myself 🙂 😛read more
Yep finally filed it, States, Federal and off course local. New this year, question asked by IRS did you acquire or sold any cryptocurrencies? You better be honest. Yes I did, and I answer yes, did you? it will come back and haunt you if you lied!
do not lied you acquire sell or exchange any virtual currency such as bitcoin ethereum altcoins whatever does not matter if you never cashed it to fiat cash