Funding site GiveSendGo is now back online after a reported hack leaked donor info connected to the Freedom Convoy protest in Canada.
In a Twitter post Tuesday, GiveSendGo announced that the site was back up and said that no credit card information had been leaked and no money was stolen in the hack. “GiveSendGo has a dedicated team aggressively focused on identifying these malicious actors and pursuing actions against their cybercrime,” the post said.
The crowdfunding website, which describes itself as the “#1 Christian crowdfunding site,” has been helping field donations for the Canadian truckers and others protesting COVID-19 mandates and restrictions across the nation. As of Tuesday afternoon, the site had raised more than $9 million of the $16 million goal.
On Sunday night, Daily Dot reporter Mikael Thalen tweeted that the the site was redirecting to the domain GiveSendGone[.]wtf. Users were then shown a video from the Disney film Frozen as a statement criticizing GiveSendGo and the Freedom Convoy scrolled over it, Newsweek reported.