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spam domains and Namecheap


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The vast majority of spam that I get uses domains registered by Namecheap to both send the spam (from @domain), and to link to content and tracking scripts.

Namecheap's policy, as far as I can tell, is to only remove a domain if it shows up in the Spamhaus blacklist.
So the spammers' policy is to keep registering new domains, and Namecheap won't bother them as long as the infrastructure used is external (typically Russian).

Does this match your experience?

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50 minutes ago, LaserMoon said:

The vast majority of spam that I get uses domains registered by Namecheap to both send the spam (from @domain), and to link to content and tracking scripts.

Most of mine come from a cnnic.cn registrar.  Namecheap is probably third or fourth on my list.

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