Exposed.su has a country code top-level domain of ".su," which was assigned to the former Soviet Union but is still in use. Those running the website appeared to be using CloudFlare, a San Francisco-based company that provides a worldwide network of data centers intended to speed the delivery of web pages and reduce bandwidth. It was unclear which company is providing hosting services.
A Twitter feed for Exposed.su has already been suspended. The two posts on the feed appeared to be written in Russian, according to a snapshot from Google's cache.
The tag line for the Exposed.su site, which was still up as of Tuesday evening, read: "If you believe that God makes miracles, you have to wonder if Satan has a few up his sleeve."
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