Nice. Whoever you are. Futzing with the DNS was a nice touch too. I have only one question. Why?
For those of you wondering what that was all about, it seems that someone has taken it upon themselves to vandalize a client’s Web site. This was also not the work of some random Bulgarian hacker. It was someone who reads this blog and knows me. The messages left behind clearly demonstrate that.
Now, I know I may not be the easiest person in the world to get along with, and that some of my opinions are difficult and maybe even offensive to some, but attacking a client’s Web site? I can tell you that Jewlicious takes up a lot of my time and a lot of the time of everyone involved. On top of Jewlicious, many of us are also involved in any number of charitable projects for which we do not get paid. Attacking a company that is completely unrelated to Jewlicious is unfair to me and unfair to those who depend on our non-Jewlicious activities for their sustenance.
I don’t use Jewlicious to promote my company, but I can tell you that the 6 people I work with don’t give a rat’s ass about what goes on on this blog. They just want to eat and pay their rent. If you don’t like me then please limit your attacks to just me and try not to engage in activities that will harm others.