While I love a good user interface, great support, and a lot of other things that I think most reliable companies should have in general – when it comes to a domain registrar, security
It always bugs me when articles tell consumers something about domain names that just isn’t true. Yes, it happens all the time, and yes, it gets me every time. In many cases
[https://i1.wp.com/morganlinton.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/kevin_fink_photo.png] The following is a guest post by Kevin Fink, the Senior Recovery agent at DomainTheft.org [http://www.domaintheft.
2012 has seen an uptick in theft reports to DomainTheft.org [http://www.domaintheft.org] with six reports coming-in for the first three days of 2012 with the first theft of the year
In July of this year I announced the relaunch of DomainTheft.org [http://morganlinton.com/the-first-100-human-verified-domain-theft-database-re-introducing-domaintheft-org/] , a centralized Domain Theft database and recovery service. In less than six months we’ve really seen