Posted by RoyRubin on Monday, June 02, 2008
1phrench |posted June 2 2008
loading the first page takes a looooot of time!
it’s a pity performance is still an issue :-(
design is nice!
2Gabriiiel from France - Paris|posted June 2 2008
3turnon |posted June 2 2008
Great design especially 2 things
the images and the click on for a bigger
the shopping cart is first displayed after an item is added
how did you do both things
4Sprout Collective from Portland, OR / Orange County, CA|posted June 2 2008
Too close to the design of BustedTees.com for comfort, but otherwise nice job wrapping it all up in Magento.
5stacelynn |posted June 2 2008
Is no one else seeing the “OMFG We’ve Been Hacked?” screen… Oops!
6sdtb |posted June 2 2008
Store already hacked?
7WebAddict from Chandler, AZ|posted June 2 2008
Man, hacked within the last 20 mins… That sucks. I hope it wasn’t hacked through Magento. Most likely it was a poor security thing, like a simple password, or an irate employee…
8Gabriiiel from France - Paris|posted June 2 2008
“OMFG We’ve Been Hacked?”
9Did from Paris, France|posted June 2 2008
New security issue?
10[m] zentrale from Stuttgart, Germany|posted June 2 2008
Oh… wanted to look a bit more intensive… but get the hack message too. It is suprising, that this shop was hacked too… When our new Shop http://www.stellalena.com was launched, short time pasted and someone tried to hack the server. But had no chance. dont think its magento problem, but perhaps someone is looking for new shops to crash them… Good Luck for you to solve it! Alex
11RoyRubin from Los Angeles, CA|posted June 2 2008
If any breach is found, please contact me directly and I’ll get the team on it.
12ecommerce-store from Roma|posted June 2 2008
Roy, turn back to write code, magento are il real late
13freshwebservices from Leicestershire, UK|posted June 2 2008
Has this been hacked?
14Iñaki from Buenos Aires, Distrito Federal, Argentina|posted June 2 2008
"OMFG WE’VE BEEN HACKED” ???
15WisdOMbooks from Kolkata (Calcutta) - INDIA|posted June 2 2008
ALL kind of security hackings have to be considered as *blessings-in-disguise*
because they force us to face & take seriously the pending security issues in our code.
TOUGH ! but… GOOD !
16Crucial Web Host from Phoenix, AZ|posted June 2 2008
We can confirm that this is not a hack - The .htaccess and authentication notice was put in place by the store owner for his own reasons.
17Gabriiiel from France - Paris|posted June 2 2008
... Buzz ?
http://www.hotnessfactory.com/store/ < it’s back
18WisdOMbooks from Kolkata (Calcutta) - INDIA|posted June 2 2008
I guess my point above remains still valid, is it not ?
19garyhe |posted June 3 2008
Ah, so cool to be featured on the mothership
Alas, sorry for all the fears about being hacked! I was having trouble with Authorize.net… they apparently did not like my sarcasm and was locking up my means of collecting money, thus I had to shut it down for a while. Did not know I was even getting any hits, let alone hits from the magento mothership. The software is very good… Props to the team (and everyone who answered my questions on the forum during development.)
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