Security website Alldas has hit back at reports that it will be dropping its defacement mirror and going the way of Attrition and Safemode.
Although the front page of the site reads: "The Alldas.de staff sadly informs you about its closure ...", Fredrick Ostergren, the man taking the site into its next evolution, explained that the defacement mirror would continue as part of the Alldas.org project.
"The mirror process will continue. Perhaps our message was a bit cryptic but, hell, I won't see this great service die," he said.
Although the odds are stacked against defacement mirrors, which are often run by volunteers, and an increase in the number of defacements makes updates more of a chore, it appears that Alldas is not going to give up.
The Alldas.org project is expected to go live at the start of March.
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