Technology, and other Move sites back up after cyberattack

Service may be intermittent as sites are moved to more protected network architecture

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Move Inc. websites, and are back up today after two days of disruption following a "distributed denial of service" cyberattack, although they may be available intermittently as they are moved to more protected network architecture, the company said.'s mobile app is also available and Move's "Find" search tool is functioning again, but like the rest of Move's services, they may see some "down time," said Move spokeswoman Mary Fallon. "First, we wanted to get the most important sites back up like Top Producer and The next step over the weekend will be to strengthen protections against DDoS attacks further," Fallon said. She said users can expect that Move's sites and services will be "fairly stable" today and will become more and more stable over the weekend. "Our people are working around the clock to improve the stability," Fallon added. She declined to project when the sites and services would be up consistently...