We host a couple of small sites with them, which apparently were not affected. They host our e-mail as well, and it worked very bad for several hours. Not much we could do about it, besides putting pressure and wait.
My web remained down spent several hours, almost loses 25% of visits, and profits, because my web earn through google advertising http://www.satelliteview.org
I have a
personal web site hosted at GoDaddy also, and today I received an e-mail from
them with an apology in which they also clarify that “At no time
was any sensitive customer information, including credit card data, passwords
or names and addresses, compromised“, with the final paragraph including
this text: “As a result of this disruption, your account will be credited
for the value of 1-month of service for each of your active/published
Matt Heusser wrote about the downtime, and all the unanswered questions that came with it, over on his blog: http://itknowledgeexchange.techtarget.com/unchartered-waters/the-ddos-that-wasnt/
Yep, several of my sites went down. All you can do when that happens is grin and bear it.