Providence, RI, June 23, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- On May 27, 2007 the famous AskZach.Com advice site was hacked. Almost all the files were deleted. The group that hacked it sent a message of hate. The group claimed to be representing all the muslims that are in prison because of the actions in United States.
Because ZC industries was not fully financially stable (as it has no source of income) it took longer to get the website back up and running. Luckily Chip Towle was willing to lend a hand before heading off to start up his internet café / gas station. It turned out there was a very big Ask Zach fan in India who had saved a copy of the website every week. IT was with this back up data Chip was able to get the back to its original state.
Web site users were not put at risk by the hack, despite the fact it was most likely designed to steal internet banking details and other sensitive information from victims. Luckily Ask Zach does not collect any information let alone bank information. “Our users are the most important thing to us, so we keep them out of harms way.” Said Hank Molack, press secretary for ZC industries.
AskZach.com will allow users to ask Zach questions. Unlike other advice or reference websites, he will then actually reply to questions within forty-eight hours. This service is provided free of charge and with no registration required. http://www.askzach.com