Move says, other sites stable after cyberattack

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Move Inc. says its websites, including and Top Producer, have been stable since Saturday after being hit by a cyberattack that disrupted them for several days last week. online poll by Opinion Stage // Move CEO Steve Berkowitz restated previous assurances by Move that there was no evidence that any sensitive information was compromised during the "distributed denial of service" (DDoS) cyberattack that hit several Move sites beginning on Tuesday, June 17. "This was a frustrating experience, but we have no reason to believe this attack jeopardized any consumer information, customer information, or website security," Berkowitz in a statement. DDoS attackers overwhelm target sites with traffic, sometimes demanding money to turn off the attack. Move says it received a ransom demand, which it refused to pay, instead moving to migrate its system to a different network architecture. Move hired Prolexic, a division of Akamai Technologies that specializes in D...