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Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by ddub1218, Sep 22, 2009.

  1. ddub1218

    ddub1218 Newbie

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    First off, I am completely overwhelmed at the moment. So yeah, first the DNS settings of my domain were changed. I used NameCheap as my domain registrar, and the person who logged in last was from Denmark. Now today I visit my website to see if anything has changed, and now it has hosting. Not only did I buy a dedicated server, but I invested a lot of time into this project. I am a little worried about taking this any further because I iframed email submit leads for money..

    Any suggestions?
     
  2. Young Money

    Young Money Registered Member

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    Log in on your NameCheap account and change the password and change the DNS settings back to point to your server?
     
  3. ddub1218

    ddub1218 Newbie

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    I cannot do that Young Money. The domain was pushed to another user without my permission.
     
  4. showbizvet

    showbizvet Power Member

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    Definetely change your password ASAP. But if all that has happned is the DNS is pointing somewhere else, you can easily point it to the right spot.
     
  5. Young Money

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    Contact NameCheap.
     
  6. ddub1218

    ddub1218 Newbie

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    I have contacted NameCheap and they say there is nothing that they can do because it was pushed by me, even though it wasn't....

    Ugh!
     
  7. Italian Hawk

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    I'd check your computer for keyloggers for starters. No point in getting it back only to have it taken back the very next day.
     
  8. ddub1218

    ddub1218 Newbie

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    It's all good Loaked-Out. I am very familiar with phishing and keyloggers, and none of that stuff is on my computer. I am 100% sure of that. It's just a matter of the person "hacking" into my namecheap account.
     
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  9. ddub1218

    ddub1218 Newbie

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    Your best bet is to go with something professional such as Norton, or even McAfee.

    If you are not looking to spend any money, try AVG.

    [:
     
  10. trophaeum

    trophaeum Senior Member

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    no no no and fucking no

    kaspersky internet security and malwarebytes antimalware, you want both of them fully registered, they are the best option for windows currently
     
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  11. soctal

    soctal Regular Member

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    cant you contact ENOM OR ICANN and put in a formal complaint to lock that domain until a formal hearing on proof of ownership or something?
    this is serious, i have many domains myself. the thought that someone can just steal it with no consequences is unacceptable and scary.

    there is a domain forum somewhere down on the bhw menu, you should ask for more advice there.
    you mean you had private whois account on that domain and it still happened?
     
  12. djedje70

    djedje70 Regular Member

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    none of ur fr#$%ing biz dude!!!
    namecheap should investigate the ip that was used when the transfer was made.
    If it doesn't match yours, then they should do something.
     
  13. IamNomad

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    I agree with the above statement regarding icann. send them a formal email with description of the events, including the regesters unwillingness to help. be prepared to fax them poo of who you are. assuming you used real info ..they should help
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  14. Mr.Whitehat

    Mr.Whitehat Senior Member

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    yo lol, ask the fucking namecheap to enquire about the fcking ip of hacker. tell them to act as in a way, a good customer deserves. if they can't help why the hell they holding the domain? describe them your situation. i wish you'd get back your website. i know how much aweful such a situation will cause harm to any one who hardworked for success. So act now.
     
  15. IamNomad

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    namecheap has horrible service my experience.... a real company would of been like "oh a member got hacked.. ok let me grep the logs and see who logged in between these dates.. " not responding "your shit out of luck"