Problems reaching Turcopolier.com?

One of our correspondents tells me there is a problem. pl

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15 Responses to Problems reaching Turcopolier.com?

  1. Joe100 says:

    The site was down for a while this morning. There was a message that suggested (I think) the site was in te process of being renewed or some such.

  2. MapleLeaf says:

    Haven’t ever had any problems from either Ontario or Quebec…

  3. walrus says:

    Internet reported that the website had expired about 1200UTC.

  4. JerseyJeffersonian says:

    There was a problem earlier, but not now, at least for me. There was a page uo claiming that turcopolier.com as a domain was available, as it had expired its domain license on 11/09/2012. Either an erroneous posting or some sort of hack attack, unknown which it was.

  5. Fred says:

    I had a number of issues with both Safari and Firefox, but could get to it on my tablet after going past the security certification warning. It looks like whatever issue it was has been resolved in regards to the other two browsers.

  6. Aletheia in Athens says:

    I have had no problems accessing neither late past night Central Europe time, nor this afternoon, which more or less is your morning…

  7. akaPatience says:

    No problem now or when I visited between 10:00 – 11:00 AM EST.

  8. John I. says:

    Earlier today I couldn’t reach the site using a Opera browser with vpn, instead receiving an error saying it (Turcopolier) didn’t exist. I used a Firefox browser and it connected without issue.

    No issues now using a Opera browser with vpn.

  9. Bubba Schwartz says:

    It was a hack.

    Maybe the same guys/gals that hacked the FBI? 😉

  10. English Outsider says:

    No problem here, Colonel Lang.

  11. PavewayIV says:

    Google Cloud Services and Amazon Web Services were having ‘issues’ this morning, 16 Nov 21 that continued through noon. CloudFlare (snooping panopticon of gateways for ~40% of the internet) then went into some kind of a logging seizure just after noon EST as a result. CloudFlare DNS services were affected, which might have had something to do with the ‘site not found’ or ‘invalid security certificate’ type messages on many sites. I have no idea if or how it specifically affected this site – just that the problems were widespread.

    At any rate, most of the issues were reportedly resolved around 1 P.M. EST.

    https://www.zerohedge.com/markets/everythings-down-100s-major-websites-offline

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