It’s Official, you know like, we may need to change this. 1-06-11
Well it is “Official”. Amaretto has come out and made a statement about this blog and the information in it. Just for safe keeping we have taken a screen shot of the Amaretto website showing what it “actually” says at the time of this post. We have a strange suspicion things are about to change with it. See what you need to ask yourselves now is… Was Myslhorses.com hacked? If it was hacked where is the notice to its customers that says they had a security breech? We are users of that very website and never received such a notice. Jaymee Caproni in Amaretto group chat makes this statement in regards to the hacking of Myslhorses.com.
[19:55] Jaymee Carami (jaymee.caproni): MySLHorses users were informed of the hack and recieved a free month for their problems, if you DID NOT have myslhorses, you were not effected by the hack
Exactly how were the users effected? What exactly was compromised in this so called hacking? Why were the users not informed of any of this till now? This has been almost two full months since this happened. Why does it take in the words of Dakota Delicios “bullshit” blog to expose this to the users?
Well we can tell you why. The myslhorses.com website was never hacked, and you, Amaretto know it. You just threw Calista and Nz under the bus for your own protection. Why exactly would you claim the website was hacked when you know that’s not true? We know in a day or so you will need to fix up the Amaretto website so it will not say that the myslhorses.com website was hacked. Quite honestly you should, and you owe a huge public apology to Calista, NZ, all thier staff that work very hard on that site, and lets not forget the customers that support your product and believed this excuse you made. The question now is will you?
Here is a excerpt from the myslhorses group chat. Apparently they were unaware they were hacked at anytime. Seems to us Amaretto is yet again fabricating things to their own benefit.
[22:14] Storm Munforth: hi
[22:14] Laya Felisimo: hi storm, i have a problem
[22:14] Sylvana Torres: Storm:)
[22:14] Laya Felisimo: did you see my earlier post ?
[22:14] Storm Munforth: no
[22:15] Laya Felisimo: ok, let me repost, if you’d be so kind
[22:15] Storm Munforth: hi Sylvana
[22:03] Laya Felisimo: Hi all, as a concerned customer and because i’ve been effectively told to shut up in another chat group about this – i thought i’d come and ask in the appropriate channel. Having read a response to an allegation about amaretto cheating, it claims that the myslhorses.com site was hacked. Why were we not informed of this ? Why were we not warned of this ? Why were we not advised that our accounts had been compromised ? Why were we not advised as a result, to change passwords and email addresses ? Yes we were given notification of a database error/failiure and compensated with a months free subscription, but why were the issues i am questioning, not addressed ? Could someone please explain ? Thanks
[22:16] Storm Munforth: I don’t have an answer.
[22:17] Laya Felisimo: really ?
[22:17] Storm Munforth: This is the first time I am seeing all of this.
[22:17] Laya Felisimo: really ? so you were not informed of the hack either ?
[22:17] Sylvana Torres: but..you are a csr for a long time, Storm?
[22:17] Laya Felisimo: interesting that
[22:17] Storm Munforth: I know about the issue that prompted the month free.
[22:17] Laya Felisimo: myslhorses own staff not informed of a security risk
[22:18] Laya Felisimo: so you know about the hack then storm ?
[22:18] Storm Munforth: if there was a security risk I would have been notified
[22:18] Storm Munforth: let me get the note on the site
[22:18] Laya Felisimo: but amaretto and calista are claiming that myslhorses was hacked
[22:18] Sylvana Torres: but hacking is a security risk, or? I mean.. mhmm.
[22:18] Storm Munforth: yes
Jaysin states this in the post on Amarettos main website…
“These are our facts, the honest truth, and we believe that everyone will have the understanding to not persecute whoever wrote that blog post, as it was just a misunderstanding of a server glitch/error from the attack on the myslhorses database, that was blown up way out of proportion.”
Our facts? Honest truth? Attack on myslhorses database? We have a feeling you will be eating them words soon. Either way thank you for asking the community to not persecute us. That was touching.
Here is the actual screenshot of the post by Jaysin Cooperstone on Amarettobreedables.com. We all know this won’t be the one that will be there in a day or so.