One of The Daily Californian’s online servers were compromised Tuesday night, hindering our access to our older sites, including the Daily Clog and our archives.
The development prevents us from editing content on the sites. However, existing content will remain accessible and safe for readers to peruse. Our main site, dailycal.org, was unaffected.
We are working closely with our website host to address the issue and make improvements to prevent it from happening again in the future. We anticipate returning our systems to normal operation within the coming weeks.
This also delays ongoing improvements we had scheduled for our website, including a much-anticipated redesign of the Daily Clog. Nonetheless, these efforts will continue as soon as the issue is addressed, and we plan to roll out numerous additional exciting changes to our website by the end of the spring semester.
If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to contact me at [email protected].
Tomer Ovadia is the editor in chief and president. Contact him at [email protected]
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