Turns out the site was hacked. "Register.com is not being really clear with me about why they didn't have to answer a security question" to take control of the site, says Farrar's manager, Sharon Agnello. "There's supposed to be security!"
"I don't know why they changed it," she says. "It's not like Jay is Norah Jones or somebody that's going to get millions of hits per day. It's really weird. More of a pain in the butt than anything."
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