Sunday, February 20, 2011

Part Two of the analysis

Image taken from FB group Penggerak Mahasiswa


Followers of Umkini.com would have noticed that the account has been suspended, approximately around 2.30am on 20 February 2011. However, the suspend has been removed on the same morning, around 10.30am. The question here is:

1. Why did the site suspended?
2. How did the suspend removed?
3. Who are the people involved in this?


Time: 1.35am
Date: 20 February 2011

A female lady have sent a report to NetKL.com (service provider of umkini.com). This is the screen shot of email. I do not want to reveal the name of the lady.













Time: 1.38am
Date: 20 February 2011

Auto reply and support ticket from NetKL.com















Time: 2.45am
Date: 20 February 2011

NetKL.com have responded to the abuse report and have suspended umkini.com
And they have mentioned in the email that they are 'dealing with the owner'. As we know, Masturah Abu Bakar is the owner of the site.














Time: 10.12am
Date: 20 February 2011

NetKL.com have sent an email, regretting for the removal of suspension. This means that, after the site has been suspended, practically an email would have been sent to the owner of the site, who is the so called 'missing' Masturah. Have a look...
















In conclusion, once the site has been suspended. The owner of the website had responded to NetKL.com, in this case its the 'missing' Masturah. All this happened between 1.35am and 10.12am on 20 February 2011. This becomes complex when we look at the 'fact' that Masturah has been kidnapped (according to Umkini.com) or lets say she gone missing since 4.15pm on 19 February 2011.

I am wondering how can somebody who have kidnapped can respond to her web hosting company. Another point, Pro-Mahasiswa claimed that she is not reachable via mobile phone. Mungkin penculik tu ada beri kelonggaran untuk selamatkan website kot! haha...

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