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Defacement archive Alldas.de is back online after repeated hacking attacks forced it to find a fresh home.

Alldas.de has been offline for a month after a series of DDoS prompted its former ISP (which was also affected) to refuse to renew its hosting deal. Alldas expressed fears that, this time around, it might be offline for good.

Fredrik Ostergren, a spokesman for Alldas.de, expressed relief at getting the site back online and said it hoped to introduce graphical presentation of statistics, now it has a better Web server.

"Our developers are also improving the coding and we will also try to launch some projects at security.alldas.de," he told us. "The rest are surprises and minor changes which will occur. We will constantly try to improve the site". ®

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