I received a nice and very helpful email yesterday from a fellow named “John Lesueur” who wrote:
I followed a link from a facebook fan club that directed me to your website.
[THIS IS NOW A BAD URL — DON’T VISIT — BUT POSTED HERE FOR REFERENCE]
John’s email went on to advise that, once he’d visited that URL (above), he’d encountered a compromised page (“hacked”).
I don’t know the name of the fan club on Facebook that referred John to suzyriceimage.com but I quite appreciate him taking the time to let me know about this problem.
My excellent webhost, livingdot.com, spent many hours last night going through suzyriceimage.com files and databases for the intrusive issue and they’ve suggested I recreate the site afresh.
Thus, I’ve asked my host to clear the existing site contents, everything, from suzyriceimage.com, after which I’ll recreate that site’s contents. Anyone who visits suzyriceimage.com in these current days will find a welcome page but little else — the site is image-file-intensive so recreating it will require a few days; as of this morning, this post, I can’t advise any visitors as to when the site (suzyriceimage.com) will again be presentable but once it is, I’ll post again on this site (suzyrice.com) that the work has been completed.
To John Lesueur and to anyone who may participate in that as-yet unidentified Facebook fan club, it’d be great if they could share this announcement and provide a different URL for that same content that is also included on this site (mirrored content here without any compromise):
and the additional pages here that complete that information, as follows:
THUS, any visitor can still read the same information on this site, suzyrice.com, but without the compromise that intruded into the other site’s mirrored page.