The servers are being down because of an attack on the server, according to the site.
“We are taking action immediately and we apologize to our customers, partners and supporters,” the site said.
The site has not provided a reason for the outage, but the news site said it had been notified that a network crash was likely the cause.
A spokeswoman for the Australian Cyber Security Centre told news.com: “We can confirm the Mind Cracker is down in Sydney due to a network outage.”
The website said that the outage could affect up to 25 million users.
According to the news website, the servers were designed to be secure by keeping the database accessible to users through encryption.
However, the website noted that the server was not able to provide this service because the network was not up.
It was not clear whether the network disruption had been caused by a ransomware attack or a system error.
Internet Service Providers are also facing a crisis of their own, with the Government announcing that they would be forced to suspend services on Monday.
While the Government announced the shutdown of the Government’s online services, they also announced a raft of other measures aimed at preventing online piracy.
Among those was a new set of measures designed to stop copyright infringement, including a ban on the sale of content that is considered pirated, or to the sale or distribution of a movie or TV series that contains copyrighted material.