Hexblog (WMF unofficial patch) back up



Yesterday the hexblog, which is the site of the person that wrote the unofficial patch for the WMF exploit, was offline for bandwidth over use. Several mirror sites popped up to host the patch. Today the site is back up at http://www.hexblog.com/ in a more minimal form. It’s suggested if you can’t reach the page to try the ip address directly http://216.227.222.95 As the DNS changes are likely still propogating.

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