(June 25, 2014) Cryptome sees the Web.com and NetSol suspension of Cryptome.org without prior notice to be as illegal and vicious as an attack by government, corporation, hacker or spy, and the attack is suspected of being on behalf of those who hope to censor and close sites like Cryptome using craven and shallow technical justifications.
Use of technical rationales to unpremeditatedly attack and censor are now commonplace by telecommunications providers, similar to the technical transgressions against the public by NSA and FBI, blessed by secret FISC orders and willful secret cooperation of service providers. This is an instance of that violation of customer trust.
On June 23, 2014 at 12:57 PM Cryptome received an email notification of suspension of service from Web.com's Network Solutions claiming a single PHP file has been discovered which posed a malware threat:
Nothing was sent before then about the file, that it should be removed or that a suspension would occur.