Victims of my domain hijacking: Don't fret, @Namecheap did not consider it a phishing attack because it did not use HTML input fields. So they hosted a phishing site on my domain for four days.
FINALLY!! From @Namecheap: "Please be informed that the dark.fail domain was disabled. We would like to note that the website could not be treated as a phishing one because it did not contain fields to enter sensitive data." Now we just need them to send it back.

9:43 PM · May 5, 2021

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dirty behaviour. i have quite a few domains with namecheap and this has just reinforced the feeling i should switch from them.
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(look at the royal mail scams in the uk, almost all domains are w/ NC and they’re notoriously slow at taking them down. the urls are v convincing too)
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Namecheap strikes again 🙄
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I definitely do not feel comfortable choosing their services for my personal use....
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Damn, the definition of phising for Namecheap is a bit off...
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Pretty inexcusable behavior from such a well established web service.
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As someone once wisely advised me, don’t trust (or work for) a company with ‘cheap’ in its name.
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Replying to @DarkDotFail
I've been both a heavy personal user of, and recommender of @Namecheap to countless clients I'm pulling my business from them and recommending a switch to anyone going forward. Unacceptable.
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Goddamn, yea that is a fucking *AWFUL* excuse. I don't have many domains but I guess it's time to shop around on places to transfer to.
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