Tag Archives: registrar

Hundreds of Facebook Groups Hacked

By | November 10, 2009

  (Update UTC 2100: I’ve received a reply from Erik Hjort af Ornäs, the registrar of the site itself, and have included his statement below and in the comments, as well as that of Facebook. Both deny any hacking took place) A hacker, or group of hackers, has found a back door into taking over Facebook groups, and… Read More »

Phishing and the Peril of Fonts

By | February 22, 2006

I’m amazed at how lax domain registrations still are, despite the fact that phishing is now so much a household word that even my mum’s heard of it. But here’s another trick being used to try to dupe those people who still remain gullible: change the “o” in online to “c” because in many email readers it will… Read More »

More On Phishing And Top Level Domains

By | June 17, 2004

Further to my posting on top level domains being registered with clear criminal intent (the example I used was paypal.de.com, in ‘How to make a phish look real’) I just received this from Joe Alagna, Manager, North American Markets for CentralNic, the registrar for the TLD in question. Here’s his reply in full: I wanted to respond to… Read More »