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    chris c
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    Oh There You Are!

    Post by chris c on Thu Feb 09 2017, 21:36

    Spent several days unable to find the forum, or the Forumotion website at all, DNS error - just the same as happened to Kendrick's blog, and a few other sites also appear to have gone missing and returned again later.

    Either hackers or low carb anti's. I doubt dieticians would have the intelligence.
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    Re: Oh There You Are!

    Post by graham64 on Thu Feb 09 2017, 22:14

    chris c wrote:Spent several days unable to find the forum, or the Forumotion website at all, DNS error - just the same as happened to Kendrick's blog, and a few other sites also appear to have gone missing and returned again later.

    Either hackers or low carb anti's. I doubt dieticians would have the intelligence.

    Must be something at your end Chris I've had no problems, you can check the status of forumotion here it does go down occasionally but that's due to maintenance issues


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    Post by chris c on Thu Feb 09 2017, 22:54

    Yeah I use the DNS servers from my ISP, they are usually technically excellent but maybe they are updating slowly as there have been some known DNS attacks of late. I'll look later if I remember which other sites disappeared, see if they have also come back. The internet is designed to be resilient but sometimes takes time to route around problems. If I could remember how to do it I might add some alternative DNS servers into my router.

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