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Last Vandal Tracking Site Gives Up, The last major site which chronicles and tracks graffiti left by online vandals, is closing its doors due to the "total burnout and frustration" of its founder.

Many administrators didn't understand what did, and blamed them for conducting the hacks. "All this combined with seeing my social life flow away can be pretty frustrating," said founder Stefan Wagner.

The closure of Alldas may mean that no organization will keep track of this data any more. Two other major vandalism mirrors, and have shut down services for similar reasons. This data was vital for understanding the hacks.

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