Over the past 48 hours, the database was hacked twice, which makes it four times in the last six weeks or so. We were aware of the issue and notified the owners of the database at 7:07 PM last night, as of 11:19 AM we were able to apply the backup from early Saturday morning. So we lost all of the information posted to the site since that time. We believe to be caught up as of 10:30 AM on 2/5/20.
For clarification, nothing owned and controlled by us had the security compromised. The database is owned by a 3rd party company, it is their responsibility to secure the data that we provide to be displayed on Minnesota-Scores and NorthDakota-Scores, they had their security breeched which resulted in all of the scores being reset to a specific number (in this case 63).
When these security breeches have happened in the past the only thing changed was the scores of the games, no calculations or section/conference assignements or records on those pages etc. are touched. This appears to be the case again.
I apologize for the inconvience this causes everyone - I was hoping when the database changed ownership in December 2018 that changes would be made to stop this from happening but obviously it has not. We are actively looking for a company to create a new database and front end web page. All suggestions are welcome thru Twitter or email us email@example.com.
Owner - Eleven-Seven LLC