Two months after it was attacked and eventually shut down by hackers, the Gamers Against Bigotry website is back up and running.
“It's passed the security test of our internal volunteers, but I don't want to give it a 100% until we've let it run public for a while,” said site owner Sam Killermann.
“If you find an exploit, please shoot me a message (particularly if you have a solution for the problem).”
Founded by Killermann, Gamers Against Bigotry aims to fight the use of bigoted language in online gaming by collecting pledges from players stating that they won’t be party to such behaviour.
According to the site, the pledges will be used to lobby developers in the hope that they create better ways of dealing with unsavoury types within their games.