XYZ Registry took down malicious #domain names used in phishing campaign

A group of .XYZ domains were used in a months-long phishing attack targeting corporate email accounts. The scammers used Xerox scan layouts to imitate real portals and launched their attack utilizing .XYZ domain names. We reported on this yesterday. It took a very short amount of time for the XYZ Registry abuse department to take …

Inwardly.com sold for $5,600

 Domaining Tips: Today: Domain names unreachable on some cellular networks /Buying Pronounceable 4L.com – Total budget: $5,000.00t / .ba is now available for public registrations / and more… Here are the new discussions that caught my eye in the domain community today: Looking for (LLL & CC) – Budget: Up to $1,000.00 – Be sure t…Credit: Original article published by Domaining.

Media Options acquired “Hillary” Clinton #domain name

Political domains can last a long time. In the case of Hillary Clinton, her political aspirations started years ago. In 2007, Hillary Clinton was a junior US senator in NY; that year she announced her candidacy for the Democratic party’s nomination. The 2008 presidential campaign ended up with Barack Obama winning. The domain Hillary2008.com was …

$229k in Sales on January 22nd – eRail.com sold for $9,038 – Daily Market Report

 NameBio.com: The top sale of the day was eRail.com which sold for $9,038 at DropCatch. NameBio recorded 382 sales $100+ for a total of $201,302 with an average sale price of $527. Compared to the previous day there was an increase of 9% in the number of sales and the total dollar amount increased by 19%. …

SEDO Weekly Sales List Includes .Org Domain Sold at $36,523, .Me at $58,437

 StrategicRevenue.com: WEST PALM BEACH, FL – The domain name EditPad.org sold at $36,523 USD this week according to the latest SEDO.com weekly domain sales report. Also notable is .me domain name (country code top-level domain assigned to Montenegro), flow.me at $58,437 USD. Each week, SEDO releases a list of domain names which have bee…Credit: Original article published by Domaining.

Watchers.net : Domain King’s winning bid at #DropCatch!

Who’s watching the domain watchers? That’d be the Domain King, Rick Schwartz, whose bidding at DropCatch this week reaped the domain Watchers.net. Originally registered in 1997, the dictionary word .net domain dropped and Rick picked it up for a mere $310 dollars. Source: NameBio. Watchers is a great keyword but in our opinion the domain’s …