unsweetened.ca is back, ready to overshare!

And we are live again! After way too many hiccups and technical issues https://www.unsweetened.ca is live again.
It’s not perfect – some images are still missing. But you’ll forgive me since there are over 1700 posts on the site to locate images for again. (Yes, it was that badly compromised.)

In case you missed the original “announcement”/massive whine:

Wow. ALL my sites are down. Hacked and screwed.

My hosting service TMDHosting which I have praised & recommended repeatedly seems to have changed their backup policy (or at least what they can do to help me this time vs last time in early April) and can’t help.

Gerry, who has been nagging me to do independent backups… is right. (There I said it publicly)

I am so very disappointed (in TMD), pissed (at the hackers) and frustrated (with myself).

I am also, so very, not online right now. And we still don’t know how and what those hacking jerks did. Beyond screw me royally.

I bet you can guess what my Friday is going to consist of… you know, other than swearing.

After much support and help, none of it from my host, unsweetened.ca is live again. We’re still working on AlexaClark.com,  TravelBunnyGetsAround.com, and WhatsOnTheBBQ.com. Whee.

But it is LIVE and I have some fun stuff coming.
Do me a favour and click around and let me know if you see anything wonky.

Alexa Clark

Alexa is a digital marketer and author with over 20 years in digital & interactive communications in the food and tech industries. Alexa's CheapEats Restaurant Guides, for both Toronto & Ottawa, were Canadian best sellers. She is a recognized authority on social media and has been named one of Canada's 20 Leading Women in Social Media.

One thought on “unsweetened.ca is back, ready to overshare!

  • September 21, 2016 at 12:11 pm

    Welcome back! There is a special place in hell for website hackers. I had to change hosting sites because of the same issue. It was costing me a lot of money to get them to keep fixing it….in the end I felt it was part of their business plan. When they were making more off me by fixing the issues then off the hosting it was time to move. I have never had an issue since.


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