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GoDaddy – Did It Really Crash From an Internal Error?

On Monday, millions of voiced suddenly cried, and then were suddenly silenced.. or more so their website’s were silenced. It you’ve been living under a rock this week, GoDaddy, the internet giant that host over five million websites, crashed on Monday for approximately 14 hours. A group of “anonymous” hackers on Twitter took credit for the attacks.

Yesterday, GoDaddy’s president posted this blog post which cleared up the situation. He said the site was no tattacked, no confidential information was lost, and the error was due to an internal error. But was it really?

 

Yes. I will pay everyone reading this blog $50 over Pay Pal for when GoDaddy’s service ever gets hacked in a way where five million websites goes down. It’s just not possible. A single website? Yes, it’s doable. An entire shared server? Tough, but also still hackable by some means. Their entire network infrastructure? Sorry, you would have to nuke the place to do that, and that is my professional opinion being in the computer industry myself. To the “anonymous” group of hackers that claimed credit for the attacks, you guys are attention seeking moron’s that should still get in some kind of trouble for being so stupid. I recommend everyone avoid their Twitter accounts and websites to avoid giving them anymore fake attention then they already have. Now let’s put this GoDaddy business to rest?

GoDaddy is and probably always will be the best internet hosting company out there. Competitive prices, nice deals, and the works. This is the first time in four years I’ve ever seen them have any down time, I think I can let it slide this time. And I still recommend them to anyone for web hosting because they are a great company.

 

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