Autonomy's former management have set up a website to help them counter the accusations made against them by HP last month.
Maintained by Autonomy founder Mike Lynch (pictured), AutonomyAccounts.org aims to provide the public with "clear and transparent" information on what could turn out to be one of the industry's biggest-ever legal battles.
It is also designed to be a public point of contact for Lynch and other former Autonomy managers, whom HP has accused of using dodgy accounting practices to inflate the software vendor's price before HP acquired it for £6.2bn last August.
The site includes the open letter Lynch wrote to HP's board on 27 November in which he rebutted HP's allegations of impropriety and asked his former paymaster to respond to seven pointed questions surrounding the $5bn (£3.1bn) writedown it made a week earlier.
Visitors to the website are invited to use a submission form to contact Lynch with questions.
The site will also include information about Autonomy and any public statements made on behalf of the former management team related to the imbroglio.
Lynch left HP in May as the vendor admitted Autonomy's sales were failing to take off.
He "utterly rejects" all allegations of impropriety made against him and his former team, although analysts have voiced fears that the case could have profound repercussions for the UK tech industry regardless of the outcome.
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