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August 22, 2019 04:47

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First renewal scam & spam email from an .ICU #domain arrives

The phucksticks that send out fake domain renewal notices have moved to the new .ICU domain – perhaps riding on a low cost promotional campaign. Operating from the lowclassic.ICU domain and a subdomain to evade detection, the spamming jizz guzzlers used NameCheap to register their spamming launchpad. These slimeballs are using a subdomain: ms1119.lowclassic.icu – […]

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Barrage of spam from dot .Date #domain names registered at #Namecheap

A barrage of spam has been arriving in the past few days, from dot .Date domain names. The emails contain the typical variety of spam, ranging from weight loss and hair restoration products, to learning how to fly planes. The dot .Date registry is dot Date Limited, which at this time is unavailable at the […]

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#Chinese domain spammer wants to use #Sedo to complete sale!

Chinese domain spammers email the owners of the most popular TLDs, such as .com, .net and .org, peddling the matching dot .CN. What would someone do with a .CN domain, when they have no business presence in China, is beyond perplexing. These phucksticks send out a templated email that attempts to instill legitimacy, by quoting […]

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Domain Memes : Happy Women’s Day from these fine Women Domainers!

The International Women’s Day is a reminder that all women should be honored, celebrated and treated equally, every day. There are plenty of fine women domainers in the domain industry, and we hear from them daily. Some email us with notifications about domains they are selling, that are similar to what we own. Others, want […]

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Another Chinese domain spammer sending out fake expiration notices is exposed

Serial domain spammers from China are flooding the mailboxes of domain investors, harvesting WHOIS information. In China, this is considered a “normal” practice, to aggressively bombard others with crappy products and services. Unsolicited email, aka “spam,” generates billions of emails daily. We’ve uncovered yet another Chinese domain spammer, operating from a cluster of newly registered […]

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Spamhaus Publishes List of “10 Worst Top Level Domains”

Spamhaus.org published today a list of the “10 Worst Top Level Domains” The list is “not a list of the worst TLDs in quantity, several other TLDs have far more spam domains, but they also have vastly more non-spam domains. ” “This list shows the ratio of domains seen by the systems at Spamhaus versus […]

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Domain crime : How Heather Kennedy and Insticator.co won the Spammer of the Year award

Who doesn’t hate spammers? They are the scum of the earth. Every once in a while, we award the Phuckstick of the Year award, to the most persistent douchebag. This year’s award doesn’t go to the Chinese domain robo-spammer, or even the clueless marketers of dot .GDN. Heather Kennedy of a company called Insticator.co wins […]

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Who is the Chinese spammer that emails every LLLL .com owner?

If you own LLLL .com domains, this isn’t news to you: a Chinese spammer has been sending out email offers for every LLLL .com permutation there is. That’s thousands of spam emails, non stop. Hiding behind QQ number accounts and temporary domains, the spammer offers between 1600 to 1800 yuan for every domain. That’s the […]

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XYZ Registry suspended serial spammer’s domain names

Our article yesterday about a serial spammer using dozens of XYZ domains, coincided with action by the XYZ Registry to shut them down. Despite the considerable amount of spam dispatched by the spammer, the XYZ Registry maintains an abuse mitigation system for such cases. Shayan Rostam, Global Director of Registry Operations for the XYZ Registry […]

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Barrage of spam coming from free/cheap .XYZ domains

Give something for free or at a hugely discounted price, and the abuse will commence. An increasing amount of spam comes from a group of phucksticks that use cheap or free dot .XYZ domains. These domains are used to pump out spam emails about fat burners, discount tickets, time shares and other unwanted crap – […]

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