All the services of Apple's Developer Center are back online on Saturday after more than 3 weeks of hacking with one month memberships extension for all developers.
Apple has restored all of its Developer Center services today. As its System Status page reflects that all of the services are completely back online today after more than 3 weeks of hacking. Apple's Developer Center was hacked on July 18th and went offline. After 8 days of downtime, the tech giant online its developer center with few services. It was announced with that partial online that company is doing a complete security overhaul and it will update and rebuild its software and entire database. The process is completed today i.e. on Saturday, August 10, 2013.
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Apple has sent email notifications to its members. It is also giving a full month extension to all developer memberships to account for downtime. Following is the email sent to developers posted by 9to5Mac.
All Developer Program Services Are Now Back Online
We are pleased to let you know that all our developer program services are now online. Your patience during this time was sincerely appreciated.
We understand that the downtime was significant and apologize for any issues it may have caused in your app development. To help offset this disruption, we are extending the membership of all developer teams by one month. If you need any further assistance, please contact us.