Engadgets article News site collapse News site article Engads, a website that publishes news and news analysis for news websites, has announced that it has been hacked and its website has been taken offline.
The news site, which covers everything from the UK to the Middle East, tweeted that it had been hacked on Sunday morning.
“We have been notified by Twitter that the site has been temporarily taken offline,” Engadges website said.
“All news on Engadg is now offline and we will update you on the status of our site as soon as possible.”
Twitter confirmed that the website had been taken down.
Engadge said in a tweet that it would update its website soon.
The hack is believed to be the work of an individual or group, and Engadgs website is only available to registered users.
Engads website has a history of hosting malware, which can spread to other websites.
In June, Engads founder James McNeil told the Daily Mail Online that he believed the hack was connected to the company’s work on the “trendy” TrendMicro algorithm, which was used by Google to find news articles.
Engadicate’s founder John Maclean told Business Insider that the hack appeared to be a direct attack on the website’s infrastructure.
Engada’s website is hosted on the Engadged website, a server hosted in Russia, which is owned by the Russian state-owned company Gazprom.
The servers are powered by Google servers, and it is believed that the Russian server is owned and operated by Gazprom itself.
Engaden has been in the news recently for its work on geo-tagging, which aims to help users find articles from news sources they would otherwise not find.