Well, like I said I didn't have any say in the matter. Dreamhost was
subcontracted for a number of Skynet's accounts and their monumental
screw up not only effected me but a number of other Skynet's clients.
Needless to say after the screw up Skynet no longer subcontracts with
Dreamhost, and many of the accounts, including USA Games, are now
safely back on Skynet's personal machines and not subcontracted out to
Dreamhost. I've made it very clear if anything like this happens again
USA Games is walking and locating someone else. This situation is
beyond screw up and in competence on Dreamhost's part.


On 6/29/11, shaun everiss <sm.ever...@gmail.com> wrote:
> hmmm you probably should stay away from dreamhost as a number of
> sites I visit including darkerprojects.com have been hacked with
> javascript trogens.
> The latest one trying to run windows help.
> also several servey links got uploaded to my system from some sites
> which I was fortunately able to kill from history and temp files but
> although no spyware was loaded something locked me out of critical
> folders and I had to hack my network in order to unlock them.
> Although once done it stayed unlocked the point is dreamhost, blue,
> host  in fact anything that says host seems to get hacked.

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