Designers at Fiverr say they are “outraged” that their business has been targeted by hackers.
A spokesperson for the site’s creators told Fox News that they are disappointed to see the hackers attack their business and are working with law enforcement to protect themselves and their customers.
Fiverr, a marketplace for short-term rentals, has faced several recent hacks, including one that disrupted the site in early February.
A few weeks later, hackers broke into the site again and stole about $250,000 in cryptocurrency.
This time, however, hackers were able to take down Fiverrs entire website.
Fiverrr claims that hackers were also able to steal about $1 million worth of Fiverrn’s cryptocurrency, which is why the company has temporarily halted withdrawals.
Fiverrs spokesperson, Chris Carter, said that the company is currently working with police and the FBI to protect its users and the public from future attacks.
He also said that Fiverrus website is up and running again and that the site will be back online in the coming days.
Fivers website design is no stranger to hacking attacks.
In December, hackers stole $1.5 million worth from Fiverry, a popular marketplace for rental car and home improvement products.
Fivers website had been up for over a month before the hack, and Carter said that users can continue to deposit cryptocurrency in the site.