A few weeks ago – in this post – I noted that the websites for CAAF and the Air Force CCA (both hosted on the same server) were inaccessible from the public internet.The sites were replaced with an Application Blocked message.

The outage didn’t last long, and presumably some mid-level idiot was reprimanded.

Firing would have been a better idea.

Right now, if you try to access the AFCCA or CAAF websites from the public internet, you get only this:

It’s cool though. Members of the public aren’t interested in the decisions of a federal court subordinate only to SCOTUS.

6 Responses to “CAAF and AFCCA websites blocked, again”

  1. Tami a/k/a Princess Leia says:

    Still not as long as ACCA’s outage.

  2. Zachary D Spilman says:

    ACCA?

    Never heard of it…

  3. (Former) ArmyTC says:

    DTS shows the same thing. Not like I needed to do JTR research to answer an ethics question after hours.

  4. Robert Lyons says:

    Maybe there is something about computers I don’t know, but my “favorites” listing for the site also disappeared.

  5. Michael Lowrey says:

    The CAAF and AFCCA websites are now back up.

  6. Ouch says:

    You think you’ve got it bad, everytime I try to go there a government agent comes to my house and hits me with a hammer.