I’m back!

I managed to remove most of the malicious coding, but I will need to work harder in the future  to be more secure; oy.

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February 7, 2013  Tags:   Posted in: website update

3 Responses

  1. noé - March 27, 2013

    Hey Queyh,
    thanks for your sit Great work!

    I’m from europe. For myself, I am an eritrean. But, sadly, do not speak tigrigna: There are many new eritreans arriving these days and I would like to help them a bit.

    I noticed that many of those families have no access to information in tigrigna about how to “survive” in a western world.

    I was wondering if you had any links to practical resources in tigrigna about raising children, health, healthy food habits, personnal finance, Do It Yourself, sexuality, western education system, history, institutions, first aid and all other aspects of life.

    If not, could you link me to someone who could and advise me on good translaters? Translating books from English to tigrigna on those issues could be the way to go.

    Again, thanks for what you’re doing!

  2. Steve Morris - February 2, 2015

    Hi Qeyh, sorry to hear you got hacked. Did you know there are still thousands of computer-generated pages on your website?
    You can get a complete list of these malicious pages by typing “” as a Google search.
    Theese may contain illegal or harmful viruses or malware, and may be used to attack other websites or visitors to your site. They may also cause Google to block your website. I would strongly recommend that you remove these pages immediately.

  3. asmeret - June 18, 2015

    I like to lean english I do’n speak I like to downlood english to tigrina dictionery what can I do please tell me

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