I can confirm that. No changes were made on my side, so they probably fixed it at their end.
Oups. To early! The problem is only partially fixed now. Some part of the Website, like, ironically the support pages, still don't show up.
BTW, I have no problem with their site being down. But it is a usual, and understandable, reaction of most companies to accuse the costumer. It happens again and again. We have a few examples of technical problems with software (just browse this forum). When writing/calling to a support they ask which system are you on and the next thing, it's you at fault. When you slowly understand that there is evidence that it might not have anything to do with you, and carefully collected material, you post in a forum. Why? because you need this to work. Processing files with C1 is the sound of money. And, at least for me, it turns out, most of the time, that I am not alone with this or that issue. But in the beginning there is someone to stand by the company and tell you again the official line. This is always an otherwise perfectly helpful, respectable and polite person. The next stage is that you are told to better contact support and not discuss this publicly (you might also be told that you are just a subtype costumer or so by not spending tens of thousands of dollars). But contacting support is what you already did, with the known result. And than comes the miracle. Yes, suddenly the problem gets attention from the company and simply gets fixed!
Why am I writing this? Same reasoning. Maybe someone in the companies we chose to buy their products from and depend on everyday will finally make a miracle come about. Till this miracle comes we will be told that this is impossible to happen. That's the nature of a miracle