Man claims to have destroyed web hosting business with a single line of code

Chris Merriman
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Think first before you "rm -rf"

The boss of a web hosting company appears to have completely destroyed his business by carelessly apply a single line of code. Marco Marsala, whose company hosted websites for 1,535 companies, p...

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