Through the continuous and painstaking efforts of a large team of IT professionals at AAAS, the entire Eurek Alert!
system environment has now been rebuilt, and we have subjected it to multiple rounds of cyber-security testing to ensure that it meets the highest standards of security.
Some 300,000 news releases in our historic archive, dating to the site's inception in 1996, have been safely migrated into the new system environment.
The integrity of our content and the security of our registrants' login information remain of paramount concern, and we have therefore made the difficult decision to postpone the re-launch of our restricted-access sections until we can ensure that registrants' usernames and passwords as well as our journal partners' embargoed materials will be fully protected from cyber-threats.
We do not yet have a date for this step, but we will communicate it to you as soon as it can be confirmed.
Reporters and public information officers have been profoundly inconvenienced by this cyber-attack on Eurek Alert!
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The information in this record has been migrated into t DAR from the National Archaeological Database Reports Module (NADB-R) and updated.
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Registrants, Significant progress has been made toward a full recovery of the Eurek Alert!
website following the aggressive cyber-attack of September 9.