Thanks … I have 3 outstanding tickets…looking at the DH “General Acceptable Use Policy”
"Websites dedicated to the discussion of hacking activities or the distribution of hacking tools are prohibited. Also, the usage of DreamHost’s computer systems or network to access any system, service, or network without the owner’s consent is expressly forbidden."
That’s the only thing I can guess why my site was taken down.
There are literally 100’s of websites that promote monitoring software
and cost users alot of $$$, I decided to create an “open” website so users weren’t ripped off…I took security very serious and encrypted all data on the server.
If DH says that my site is “Hacking”, I disagree…GoDaddy gave me a chance to promote an open source, free monitoring tools, why can’t DH?
Confused users are starting to reply:
“Hello I have been using the monitoring program for a while and all of a sudden it seems that I don’t have it and can’t seem to log on to download it again. What could be wrong and thanks for any advice.”
#5366224 Site Down 5 hours 36 mins
#5365522 FTP is down? 19 hours 33 mins
#5365488 This account is currently disabled! 19 hours 56 mins
Thanks again for looking into this issue…
P.S The main reason I switched from GoDaddy to DH was that GoDaddy supported SOPA whereas DH stated this:
"DreamHost Denounces SOPA and Sticks to It
Web Host DreamHost Declares SOPA Bad for the Internet and Doesn’t Change Mind — Not Even Once
DreamHost came to this conclusion after first hearing of the bill in late 2011 and has never wavered in its opposition. SOPA was, and is, a raw deal for free speech on the Internet."