Israpundit changes URL after a serious hack

Cyberwarfare is alive and well, and forces hostile to Israel are among its most ardent practitioners. Thus it is not surprising that Israpundit, one of the most spirited defenders of Israel, was recently seriously hacked. (We at American Thinker have suffered a number of serous attacks ourselves, though we generally refrain from writing about them to prevent providing any satisfaction to the miscreants).

One of consequences of the recent attack on Israpundit is that the site has had to change its web address from israpundit.com to www.israpundit.org.  

Ted Belman, who edits Israpundit has written many articles for  AT, and we wish him and Israpundit the best as they recover.

Check out the new location (same great content, new URL), and change your link if you have one to it.

Cyberwarfare is alive and well, and forces hostile to Israel are among its most ardent practitioners. Thus it is not surprising that Israpundit, one of the most spirited defenders of Israel, was recently seriously hacked. (We at American Thinker have suffered a number of serous attacks ourselves, though we generally refrain from writing about them to prevent providing any satisfaction to the miscreants).

One of consequences of the recent attack on Israpundit is that the site has had to change its web address from israpundit.com to www.israpundit.org.  

Ted Belman, who edits Israpundit has written many articles for  AT, and we wish him and Israpundit the best as they recover.

Check out the new location (same great content, new URL), and change your link if you have one to it.