Domain Register + WHOIS Privacy + Paypal?

Sep 29, 2005

Anyone know a good registrar who accepts Paypal payments with a .com domain price of around $10 or less and privacy option for about $2 or less? I also need to be able to set nameservers in a control panel.

Registerfly and GoDaddy didnt work... both ask credit cards and I only have Paypal.

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I want to make my own website and wants to ask few questions

I want to register a domain name so that no else registers it, where to do it? I don't need any space to host my web just want to register that domain name. Is it possible?

When my webpage is completed, I'll have to host it somewhere like HostMonster, which 'll provide me space, so can I transfer my domain name which I have registered to HostMonster or any other one ?

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Even when checking whois may have your good domain name stolen.

Can someone comment this and share his/her experience.

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2) If they wanted to, can they gain access to the things that the customer types, like email passwords, or even email content?


Reason why I posted this is below:

I live in a country where personal privacy isn't all that respected. Recently, I've encountered a problem. It seems that some people are aware of some info that I post in the web. Now, I posted those info under an anonymous ID, and didn't tell anyone about it at all, and no one else uses my computer. So, how did it get leaked? It's most likely not malware (keyloggers, trojans etc.) because I'm very careful in that aspect.

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That's all very nice, but I am worried about data stored on our servers, etc. I need to be sure that they won't turn over information to 3rd parties without our consent or being compelled by a subpoena, warrant or court order, and I want to be sure that any data center they rent space in won't do the same.

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We were problem-free for a few days, until I noticed my irssi (IRC chat client) screen detach. I assumed I accidentally pressed something, and continued chatting. Then it happened again, and a few more times. I looked at the last people to login to my shell, and it showed that an AlphaRed employee had logged into both 'root' and my personal shell. The employee was reading my chat logs in real-time.

The AlphaRed employ did not only read my chats, but participated as well. You may find logs that here:

Some excerpts:

05:05:40 <@infid3l[eMo]> hm..
05:05:48 <@infid3l[eMo]> =D i love finding hacked shells
05:05:52 <@infid3l[eMo]> especially when they're on my network
05:06:01 <@infid3l[eMo]> and then snatching control of them =D =D
05:06:44 <@lifelike> = d
05:06:53 <@infid3l[eMo]> so whats up ppl
05:06:58 <@infid3l[eMo]> sorry to break into your conversation =D


05:08:00 <@infid3l[eMo]> lol=D
05:08:30 <@infid3l[eMo]> I guess infid3l wants the screen back
05:08:35 <@infid3l[eMo]> eh, i'll give it back.
05:08:41 <@lifelike> lol who u
05:08:42 <@infid3l[eMo]> I'm watching you =D
05:08:55 <@infid3l[eMo]> I'm Alpha Red's network admin
05:08:59 <@lifelike> looool
05:09:01 <@infid3l[eMo]> I run the network this box is on

I then realized that this AlphaRed employee thought that I had somehow hacked the machine and gained root access. This box was unmanaged, yet the employee did not consult the owner to verify that I was a legitimate user. When the employee discovered I had not hacked the box, he claimed that IRC daemons were against the AUP. Below is the only mention of IRC in the AUP:

``11. Clients running IRC daemon are required to take immediate action on notification of any botnet or suspected

DMCA activity on the server. Such action shall include immediately closing any channels related to such activity.

Clients refusing to take such action or provide access to Alpha Red to take such action will have all access to the IRC
daemon ports blocked and may be terminated without further notice.'

When I made the employee aware of this, he claimed there were complaints made about the IRC server. When I asked what the nature of the complaints were, he said he was not at liberty to discuss it. I personally doubt there were any complaints, as the IRCd was completely legitimate and exclusive.

I talked to the employee via ``wall'' messages via the root shell for a while. When I mentioned how unprofessional his way of dealing with the situation was, he told me he had control over the network and he didn't have to be professional.

While talking on the phone the employee told me I should have notified AlphaRed about running an IRCd. Nowhere in the AUP did it say anything about notifying AlphaRed. The employee acted like it was common sense -- which to me, it wasnt.

With no evidence of illegitimate activity, AlphaRed still refuses to allow an IRCd to run on our box. Even though it was their mistake, we are the ones paying for it.

AlphaRed offered no apology, and only left us inconvenienced.

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So that probably means keeping the whois private - but I have another question as well. Suppose the project strikes it big - would a diggin journalist be able to still get my name/data from a hosting company too?

Is there a good hosting company with an all-inclusive service that you could recommend (that would get me a private hosting plan + a private domain name/whois)? And that would be reasonably priced of course + more importanty reliable (note have problems if/when there is a massive traffic surge to my site at one point in time)

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SameerHosting has been the biggest mistake I have ever made as far as purchasing a service online is concerned. This fake company and more importantly their Owner/Employee/[Insert Job Title Here] Jordan has been the most nasty, hard to work with, and distasteful person I have ever dealt with in my life. I recommend anyone to stay as far away from this company and child as possible. Below are parts of an initial post of mine at DP Forums. There are so many posts, threads, reviews and this kid and his fake company out there that you shouldn't have any trouble finding out everything that has occurred in the past 1-2 months. Thanks for your time:

I had purchased a dedicated server with this guy not realizing he was a 14 year old kid with a bad temper and poor spelling. I paid for the server and he managed to get into an argument with my tech about something (its in that thread). He then got mad at me and took out his anger on me even though I had no idea anything had happened until after the fact. He involved me in something I had no part in.

I have discussed this guy so many times that I am tired of talking about it but will give you a summary of what recently happened. Jordan pmed me through this forum through one of his other (now banned) accounts. This kid knows he will be banned from most forums and makes a handful of accounts to fall back on. He offered to give me a refund if I tell my tech to stop posting about him. Of course I did what he had asked me to do.

I have been honest and given him far to many chances to make right. Well, he ended up telling me I am no longer getting a refund from him because my tech keeps messing with his servers (which I doubt is actually happening). I am being punished again for something that does not have anything to do with my actions. He has now block me from yahoo messenger,msn messenger, his live chat.

Since I posted this on DP I have been in contact with his legal guardians and they have been no help.
Jordan has messaged my Personal Billing details to many of his customers and others along with edited defamatory pictures of someone that is supposed to be myself. That is totally illegal and childish. He did this because I spoke against his scam company and illegal wrongdoings.

If anyone has had bad dealings with this company please post everything that has happened in this thread and also PM me and I can give you the e-mail of the people who take care of him and you can tell them what he has done. He needs to be stopped.

Again, it is very important to post in this thread with information about what he has done to you, the more info the better as these people will possibly listen to me and others.

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i have started moving domains from Cpanel/whm server to my HSphere server that uses a new nameserver, but have come up against problem with the new NameServer.

When moving .biz .info i get error about nameserver not being resgistered, after doing some seaching it appears that some domain resgistrars (in this case 123reg) are starting to enforce a security feature whereby All registrars need the name server registered before you can point any domain name to the name server.

Diggin further i found this at which where i have my HSphere service domain:


Registering a Child Name Server as mentioned above is just the first step. The Child Name Server needs to be registered at the Registry to only serve as a non-authoritative Record should your Child Name Server not be resolvable in some extreme condition.

This Name Server would start working only after you have added an Address (A) Record or Canonical (CNAME) Record for this Name Server within the Zone for the domain name (of this Child Name Server) at your own DNS Server, thus binding the NS to the IP Address.


i. If you are running your own DNS Servers then you would need to add a Zone for the domain name and create an A Record like 38400 IN A 111.222.333.444

ii. If you wish to simply point your Name Servers to another Name Servers, you may add a CNAME Record to those (while ensuring that those Name Servers have an A Record within the Zone created for your Name Servers as well). 38400 IN CNAME

Also at there should be an Zone for with an A Record for, making it authoritative for resolving

In most cases your ISP would have already created the above for you and you need not bother about the same.

My service domain, and one i am using for nameservers, HSphere dns settings looks like

Name TTL Class Type Data Action 86400 IN A Click to delete 86400 IN A Click to delete 86400 IN A Click to delete 86400 IN A Click to delete 86400 IN A Click to delete 86400 IN A Click to delete

So from what i tell i have furfilled critria?

I have to say i am a little confused over this!

I am thinking that maybe i have to make some changes at or maybe get my co-lo provider to make changes?

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