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Peter Sunde explains how a domain name was hijacked from Tucows and moved to Namecheap

OnlineDomain.com OnlineDomain.com: Peter Sunde, co-creator of Njalla, created a Twitter thread explaining how the domain dark.fail (@DarkDotFail) got hijacked from Tucows and then moved to Namecheap. Njalla revealed yesterday that Tucows was the victim of a phishing attack that affected some domains registered with Njalla and other resellers and registrants. Tucows received a (fake) court order (including …
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