This is actually step one of a two-phase process. We are ultimately upgrading our existing server to new operating system and software versions, and to be shared with fewer other sites (can you say "faster?"). But to do that, we need to temporarily move onto an intermediate server to avoid an extended outage. This first step will happen Wednesday evening, February 28, beginning at approximately 18:30 US Eastern time (23:30 GMT).
Visitors will probably experience no noticeable outage, but there may be brief service interruptions. The best advice is simply to wait an hour, and try again later that night.
No software or look-and-feel changes are being done in this phase; this is simply a physical relocation of the site to a different server.
Note for Windows users: Some versions of Windows have a bug that causes the system to not recognize when a web site has moved to a new server (the technical explanation is that it caches DNS results indefinitely and does not respect the TTL parameter). If you are still unable to reach SCAtoday.net by Thursday morning, and you run Windows, you may need to reboot your system to clear this error. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause, but the problem is not within our control to fix.