Chinese Cybercrime : Stolen domains for sale at Ename auctions
This is an update on the recent report of four LLLL .com domain names that were stolen from their legitimate owner.
According to the owner, who reached out to us, two of the domains have already been sold to new owners, via the Chinese domain auction platform and registrar,Ename.com.
The stolen domains under new ownership are:
The other two stolen domains are currently on an auction ending on the 20th of November, presumably by the same Chinese cybercriminal who stole them.
At this point, the registrant’s information appears to be:
Registrant Name: chenweidong
Registrant Organization: chenweidong
Registrant Street: tianhequ
Registrant City: Guangzhou
Registrant State/Province: guangdong
Registrant Postal Code: 510000
Registrant Country: CN
Registrant Phone: +86.18822739595
Registrant Phone Ext:
Registrant Fax: +86.18822739595
Registrant Fax Ext:
Registrant Email: [email protected]
It is not known at this time what Ename is planning to do with the seller(s) of these stolen domain names.
GoDaddy is continuing to pressure for the return of all 4 stolen domains.
Update: It appears that the two auctions referenced above have now been terminated. The domains remain stolen.
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