MILWAUKEE, WI -- The Cabinet Makers Association announced that its website,, was hacked, Sunday, Jan. 18, forcing it to shut down temporarily until repairs are completed.

“I spoke with our both our website host and our website developers early on Sunday morning, as soon as I discovered that our website was not online,” said Dave Grulke, CMA’s Executive Director. “The web hosting service provided a report showing that several dozen files at our website were likely infected with malicious code.”

The association hired a professional service to clean up those corrupted files and the site is expected to be back online within the next two days.

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