We abandoned the website because it appeared to be very complicated to
transfer the domain name (the registrar was 1&1) and the past few years
we didn't do much with it. A hacker(?) from Belarussia registered the
name some time later and seems to have downloaded the files from the Way
Back machine. We recommend to ignore the web site. If you have any
devices that have an ehug.info
account on them, please remove the
account from your device.
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Op 25-Mar-16 om 00:02 schreef Mark Schonewille
> Hi Andrew,
> I'm responsible for the contents but not for the server. I'll ask around
> and get back to you.
> Kind regards,
> Mark Schonewille
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> LiveCode language:
> Op 24-Mar-16 om 23:52 schreef Andrew Ferguson
>> Hi all,
>> A while ago (around 6-7 months) I noticed that the website of the
>> European HyperCard User Group (eHUG) had gone offline. However, today, I
>> noticed that the website was back up. I looked around it, and found that
>> only the homepage and the sub-homepage for each language were available,
>> with all the other links leading back to the homepage.
>> I looked at the WHOIS records for the domain (ehug.info
;), and found that the domain had been purchased in
>> February 2016, and that the registered owner lived in Belarus.
>> Has this been by anyone here? And if so will the other pages become
>> online again? (I know that they're not particularly useful, but they
>> have historical relevance).