I EXPECT that many visitors to ‘Cyprus Property News’ will have noticed that the website was unreliable for several days earlier in the month. My hosting provider thought it was probably due to a DOS or a dDDOS attack that flooded my CPN server with traffic, which eventually resulted in it crashing.
No personal data was stolen or compromised by the attacker(s).
Cyprus Property News is working normally again.
But to avoid any possibility of personal data being stolen by a more sophisticated attack at some future date I decided to cancel my weekly newsletter and deleted my subscriber database.
Cyprus Property News is now hosted on a more robust server and stringent checks have been implemented to identify and deal with any possible future attack.
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