Status

This page is updated manually with status of current and recent (30ish days) events.

(Times are US/Arizona UTC-7)

Current status is: Green: I am completely operational, and all my circuits are functioning perfectly normally.

20171016 @ 9:35AM: One of the Phoenix Web Servers spontaneously rebooted.Downtime of 5 min. Not yet sure why.

20171011 @7:30AM – We’ve blocked about 9000 IP addresses in China, Russia, Brazil, and some at hacker friendly facilities, and the server is much happier. We also rebooted it in case it was something internal that was confused and not just from the hacker attack. (Plus that made it easier for us to get in.)

20171011 @ 7:15AM – We’re in on the server and have blocked over 2000 IP addresses doing seemingly malicious stuff. The server is doing better, and we’re going to keep at it until we have it solved.

20171011 @6:50AM – WHPHX17 (a Phoenix web hosting server) is under a sustained insanely heavy attack, we’re trying to mitigate it now. More news below as we know. It’s getting hit so hard, we’re having a hard time getting in.

20170923 @8:00PM – One of our network links in Phoenix dropped for 7 minutes. It’s back up. (Edited to add) Was due to a router rebooting unexpectedly.

20170903 @4:45PM – We reverted Roundcube to the previous version. There’s a minor security flaw in this version, and someone using it had reported issues with saved contacts. But it works.

20170903 @3PM – The Roundcube program we use for webmail is not functioning properly after a failed update. We’re trying to figure it out. All email & data is safe. People using ‘normal’ email programs are not impacted.
Please note, we don’t recommend using our webmail as your primary email client. We run the standard Roundcube program, and it occasionally has ‘interesting’ bugs.

 

 

 

 


 

Green: I am completely operational, and all my circuits are functioning perfectly normally.

AMBER: External network issues.

RED: Zombie Apocalypse

Magenta – a service is down, but not really an emergency.