Last week I got a strange email from someone named Zhifa Ning (firstname.lastname@example.org) who told me they were going to register my first and last name in .cn, .net.cn, .org.
In case you missed the memo, if you’ve ever stayed at a Marriott before…there’s a good chance that all your personal details now belong to hackers. Over 500M people’s
.TK is quickly becoming a case study in what happens when you give domains away for free. The most prevalent scam now seems to be installing scripts that redirect users through a list
ZDNet published a story yesterday about two Australian domain registrars that were hit with close to $2M AUD in fines for scamming their customers. It’s one of the reasons why you should
Domain appraisal scams seem to still be going strong and one of the most recent ones comes from someone claiming to be Stephanie Meyer who represents an investor in Canada who wants to