Another affected service is Alpaca Forms, which is the open-source project for helping websites to create web forms. It was created eight years ago by Cloud CMS, and the company still provides CDN services to the project. According to the CTO of Cloud CMS, the hackers have access to the content on CDN and nothing else. Currently, it is not clear how the hackers breached the systems and installed the malicious codes on the websites. Both of the service providers are working on rectifying the problem.