It would appear that
has been blocked in Malaysia. First of all I should stress that this is only a so-called DNS block and it seems not all of the ISP's have blocked it (the mail one has though). There are multiple ways to get around a block such as this, most of these described here:
http://unblocksit.es/en/2/unblock/serib ... kwiki.net/
Also, we have set up alternative sites that at least currently still seem available:
I can only recommend everybody to use Google DNS rather than the ones offered by Internet providers and apparently a lot of Malaysian users do just that. We discovered the ban more or less by coincidence and it haven't had much influence on traffic originating from Malaysia.
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