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what the heck was up with the site this morning ?

Can you elaborate a little bit?

We have moved to a new VPS hosting and DNS for the domain. Also have SSL for secure connection via https. Maybe the DNS’s are still propagating on some parts of the world?

Although I had no experience any issues, I did see some people could not reach the site through Google supposedly, I tried to reproduce the problem but I couldn’t.

If you happen to notice the website is a lot faster now thanks to people’s guidance that were willing to help the community.

I apologize for any inconvenience or interruptions while we were trying to restore and improve the site.

A friend of mine also reminded me that yesterday some internet providers and Blizzard were having issues with DDOS attacks. So while the site might being up, maybe the internet provider was having issues under the attacks.

Related link: http://www.technobuffalo.com/2016/08/02/blizzard-overwatch-down-ddos-attack/

http://dsregredir.com/?dmn=wowlazymacros.com&folio=538253964

heres a link but it had a lot more to it

That is very odd, only I can think of is some sort of malware or spyware intersected at some point the network to redirect to that.

Here is a report from google about this site:
https://www.google.com/transparencyreport/safebrowsing/diagnostic/?hl=en#url=https://wowlazymacros.com

yeah ok, yeah there was quite a few links on it

That link has nothing on it and goes to a very weird domain with flash (which I disable). What were you trying to show Richard?

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richard wrote:
heres a link but it had a lot more to it
That link has nothing on it and goes to a very weird domain with flash (which I disable). What were you trying to show Richard? [/quote]

that is what I came to when I went to lazy macro site it had ton of links, didn’t go to em, is there something I should be checking on my comp now?

I don’t see anything malicious on it at the moment but it’s still link bait. Unfortunately we need to be careful about that stuff. Honestly one of the best ways to protect against these issues is to use a self updating browser like Google Chrome or Firefox though you still need to be careful.

well I found where it came from if ya like the info, general area