The Delphi Forums, an unofficial online forum of many of the oldest and most popular Delphi developers, has been hacked and its contents posted on the internet.
The leaked forum has over 6,500 pages and was recently made available to all users, which includes a wide range of developers who are active on the forum.
Delphi has been down for over three weeks now, as the hackers stole some of its information.
The website was set up to let developers work on new versions of Delphi and the forums are an important part of the software development ecosystem.
However, this particular hack seems to be a breach of a much wider site, a massive database of forum content.
The Delphi forum was previously set up by the popular website Delphi.net and has over 7,000 active members.
This is one of the biggest forums in the world and was set to be the home of the Delphi Community Development Forum (DCSF) but was shut down when it was revealed that the DSCF was a fake.
The hacker had the option to continue hosting the forum on the original Delphi site but they chose not to.
However, the leaked forum was made available online for anyone to access.
This makes it even easier for anyone looking to hack the forum, because the information is stored on the server that the hacker controls, meaning that anyone can see it.
This means that anyone could access the forum if they had access to a computer that had access.
The leaked forum contains over 668 pages of information, including many old code examples and code snippets, code snippets that have been edited to be extremely easy to understand, and code samples.
There are also some new code snippets created by the hacker, which include the latest Delphi 8.1 release and code for the Delphix database.
The database also contains information about the development team of Delphiki, including information about who they are and how they work.
This information was also stored on a database server owned by the Delphia website.
Delphi has had some serious issues in the past, with many of its users reporting issues with the forums being inaccessible.
In April of this year, one of DelPHOI’s users was reported to be able to access the forums by using an older version of Delphia, which was being sold on the dark web.
This caused the forum to disappear, although it was restored in October.
The forum also contains code samples for a wide variety of Delpplatform apps, including an application called DVS, which uses Delphi to write Delphi applications, and the code for a web server.
The site was set-up by Delphi in 2006 and has been maintained by the developer community.
It is important to note that Delphi does not currently have an official website, so the forum is available to anyone.