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Go Daddy DNS compromised, some site visitors infected

11/23, 1:48pm

Hackers change domain details to infect ransomware

Hackers have altered DNS records of websites hosted by Go Daddy, with the aim of infecting visitors with ransomware. The attackers are adding subdomains to the DNS records, pointing to a malicious IP address under their control, allowing victims to believe they are going to the right website, and for the pages to avoid various security protection mechanisms. This attack comes two months after an alleged attack on the Go Daddy network.

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GoDaddy refutes hack claim, blames cascading server failure

09/11, 6:36pm

'internal network events' to blame for mass outage

Rather than confirming the alleged hack by an Anonymous member, GoDaddy blamed serious technical problems for a six-hour service disruption that affected nearly all of its customers on Monday. The outages were caused by "a series of internal network events" that disrupted the DNS service on the company's equipment, GoDaddy's CEO Scott Wagner confessed in a statement.

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GoDaddy suffers from mass outages, Anonymous member to blame

09/10, 11:08pm

Domain name servers assailed by denial of service attack

Most of the GoDaddy-hosted websites and services on the Internet were taken temporarily offline today from around 1:25PM ET to just after 8PM as the result of an attack. The outage is blamed on a DNS denial of service attack, which one purported Anonymous collective hacktivist leader claims as his own. No motive has been ascribed to the attack.

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Amazon to name future Kindles after four elements?

08/25, 3:55pm

Amazon buys KindleEarth.com, Water.com domains

Earlier this month, Amazon bought the domain name KindleAir.com, among others, and now, Fusible found the company also purchased KindleEarth.com and KindleWater.com. Sneaky research by the source shows the two new domains were acquired on July 6 at Go Daddy. It's expected then that future versions of Amazon's Kindle e-book readers may carry the elemental model names.

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