Most of us are aware that Microsoft is promoting Windows 8 heavily. Windows 8 adoption is very important for the Redmond based company. Microsoft knows that developers play a very important role in this process. iOS developers have already proved this fact by writing Apple's success story.
Microsoft might have given a huge face-lift to its Windows Operating System but the truth is that somewhere somehow it is the same old core with new visual user interface. Many of us who have been running Windows 8 Pro for sometime may tell this easily.
Today hosted task management site Assembla was hit by some virus. Around 3 hours back we got Service Unavailable - DNS failure error when trying to access the portal.
Trying to call any API from Assembla returns with the following unwanted HTML code prepended to the response:
<html><head><meta http-equiv="refresh" content="0; URL=http://sedoparking.com/?path=home"></head><body><a href="http://sedoparking.com/?path=home">Please click here</a></body></html>
We have logged a ticket with them. The response was quick but when we tried to post a reply comment we consistently got error - Your CAPTCHA words didn't match
We'll keep on chasing them for updates and hope safety for Assembla users.