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Stolen domains Bar.org, Quit.org, WMW.org and UAL.net

Labeled as warning in Warnings and Alerts, started by Loxline, Jul 7, 2017

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  1. Lox

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    • Bar.org
    • Quit.org
    • WMW.org
    • UAL.net

    If you are offered domain names at a bargain price, particularly in exchange for cryptocurrencypayments such as Bitcoin, be very wary of their status.

    Read more: DomainGang
     
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  2. deez007

    deez007 The More I Learn The Less I "Know" VIP

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    Thanks for the heads up....

    I really don't understand why people are not enabling 2FA on their accounts...
     
  3. Rammbo

    Rammbo Blockchain Domains VIP

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    I thought I saw that in chat last week..
    Some people are just roughish
     
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  4. Lox

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    Let the NP staff know. It is always better to double check.
     
  5. Chris Hydrick

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    I think you're talking about member @Aaron Ullger looking to sell a brandable 4L.com for bitcoin only.

    Staff was notified, confirmed the domain as stolen, and restricted the members NP account.
     
  6. forge

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    No, I saw it too. Specifically these two domains (bar and quit) were mentioned, though I do not know exactly by whom.

    I also know that Ullger guy was offering BrooklynNY.com for $100, because I nearly bought it myself.
     
  7. Chris Hydrick

    Chris Hydrick Account Closed (Requested) VIP

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    Wow - hopefully NP reviews the chat log!

    The 4L brandables he offered was Ress.com (I nearly bought it for $450 before coming to my senses that it was too good to be true) Looks like it has since changed hands. Uh -ohhh
     
  8. We did. Everyone was notified.

    The article is the result of collaborative research conducted by us and DG.

    Thanks to @Grilled for being the first to report it and prompt our investigation.
     
    Last edited: Jul 7, 2017

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