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Anonymous Domains

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Bogoons, Jun 23, 2010.

  1. Bogoons

    Bogoons BANNED BANNED

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    I registered my domain with namecheap with my real information and had whoisguard on. I now need to use the same domain but stay completely anonymous.

    Do I need to create a fake account + push + whoisgaurd?
    Or fake account on offshore domain website + transfer?
     
  2. Grizzy

    Grizzy Senior Member

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    You can never be 100% anonymous with this domain as you have already used your real information to register it. There will always be a trial that leads back to you (even if you change the info, do a push to a new namecheap account or transfer the domain to a new registrar).
     
  3. Bogoons

    Bogoons BANNED BANNED

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    yea but if I push it to a fake account, even though I regged it and it traces back to me, I just regged it. I could have sold it, gave it away etc.
     
  4. ultim8

    ultim8 Registered Member

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    Why not just register a new name with a VCC? 100% anonymous if u ask me
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  5. funnyday

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    I use both anonymous whois domain and none-anonymous whois domain.nothing difference between them in seo.
     
  6. Grizzy

    Grizzy Senior Member

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    True, but it really depends on the level of anonymity you find acceptable. Does the possibility of your name being the only lead to go on during the course of some sort of investigation concern you? Or is that not an issue at all? Only you can answer that.

    All I'm saying is that there is a verifiable connection between that domain name and your real name. That is far from 'completely' anonymous.