Slovak Spectator apologises for website crash on August 17

THE SLOVAK Spectator’s website, www.spectator.sme.sk, experienced severe difficulties after a hacking attack on Monday, August 16. As a result, access to The Slovak Spectator’s web-service remained restricted on August 17.

THE SLOVAK Spectator’s website, www.spectator.sme.sk, experienced severe difficulties after a hacking attack on Monday, August 16. As a result, access to The Slovak Spectator’s web-service remained restricted on August 17.

The Slovak Spectator is happy to announce that the service has now been fully restored. We have also managed to remove the cause of the failure, which means that there should be no such problems in the future.

We apologise for any inconvenience this might have caused to our readers. Thank you for your trust.

The Slovak Spectator team

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