My site was attacked and harmed. Please help me repair it!

No, Netdisaster cannot harm a site for real!
Please read on to learn more.

Back to topDoes it really destroy websites? If I do attack a site, does it show up when people go on it?

Of course not. When you choose a page to be destroyed by Netdisaster, the actual page is neither altered, nor harmed or even stored by Netdisaster. Only you see a modified version on your side. The only way to make your disaster public is to give its URL (such as http://www.netdisaster.com/ go.php?url=www.site-cible.com&etc...) by e-mail or a link on a site. Actually, direct links to disasters have been disabled since the Yahoo! incident.

Back to topI've attacked a few sites, that's pretty cool, but now, how can I have them back to their normal state?!

If the address (in your browser's address bar) starts with http://www.netdisaster.com? go.php&mode=etc..., then you are not currently browsing the actual site, but its filtered replica. To browse the original target-site, all you have to do is go to its real address, e.g. http://www.yahoo.com. The "original site" button in Netdisaster's option bar is meant for that very purpose.

Imagine that you're wearing rose-tainted glasses. You're looking at the Eiffel Tower through them, and say: "Oh God, the Eiffel Tower is pink! How can I restore its original color?!" Actually, all you have to do is take off your glasses and look at the Eiffel Tower directly, without filter, and realize that the Tower is unchanged. Nobody else noticed any change, but you.

Now, say you've built a replica of the Eiffel Tower, painted it in pink, and set it up at the Place de la Concorde. Passers-by are shocked that the Eiffel Tower has changed its colour. It's just that the actual Eiffel Tower is at the Champ de Mars. The one at the Place de la Concorde is a fake! All they have to do to see an unchanged Eiffel Tower is go to its actual location.

It's pretty much the same with Netdisaster.

By the way, think about it: if you'd try to actually change the color (or size) of the actual Eiffel Tower, this would be a tough job, and they wouldn't give you a chance to do it! Well, it's the same with Netdisaster.

Back to topWell, I'm sure that since I've used Netdisaster on this target site, I cannot browse it anymore. How could I uninstall Netdisaster?

Netdisaster cannot possibly damage a site. Even if someone wanted to, they couldn't destroy a site using Netdisaster.
Besides, Netdisaster doesn't install anything into your PC. It doesn't modify your configuration and cannot deny your access to any site.
Therefore, if there's a site that you really cannot browse anymore, the root of the problem definitely lies somewhere else: hosting, server, connection, bandwidth, database...

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