December 18th, 2011 by Team Hacked

We regret to inform you that the hosting provider we use for, and our website itself has recently come under attack. The hack utilized our caching provider to place inappropriate advertising and unrelated content on our website for the promotion of a product. We have removed the source of the problem, but cached files are still being served from DNS caches and proxies. Thank you for your patience as we work to clean up the remaining impacts of this problem, and we apologize for any delay or inconvenience that this has caused. Sincerely, The OCPsoft Team

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  1. Cesar says:

    I am using prettyfaces to hide URL’s primefaces

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