Ticketfly.com was still offline Wednesday, more than six days after a hack that included a ransom demand and the public posting of as many as 26 million stolen email addresses, home addresses and other personal information.
As of 8:30 AM ET Monday, this was the front page of the barely active main site Ticketfly.com:
Many of the the venues and promoters that Ticketfly serves are back online, including flagship clients IMP and JAM Productions.
But an analysis of a database posted publicly show that the personal data of 26 million users has been stolen. More on the stolen data here: Ticketfly Hacker Stole 26 Million Email, Home Addresses.