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Hello @Magnus Apologize for my delayed response. Yes, our website was suspended while you were trying to view it. The reason was Our Primary Server where our website https://protonservershost.com/ and Billing Website https://billing.protonservershost.com/ was under a inbound Iframe Attack. I ahead and suspended the account to prevent it from causing any further damage to our Servers or other customers on the same server. We had also routed all the Inbound Traffic to our website through port 80 to 127.0.0.1 to null the effect. This Attack stopped yesterday and the website has been restored.
 

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