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Ruby On Rails official wiki totally spammed

jodosha (1031786) writes | more than 7 years ago

Programming 0

In the last hours official Ruby On Rails wiki was totally spammed by automatic scripts. Now it's totally unusable, every page was defaced about 700 times.
The only way to read original version of a page is append '/versions/1' to the end of the url.
It was just created a discussion page, to solve the problem.

In the last hours official Ruby On Rails wiki was totally spammed by automatic scripts. Now it's totally unusable, every page was defaced about 700 times.
The only way to read original version of a page is append '/versions/1' to the end of the url.
It was just created a discussion page, to solve the problem.

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