How could I protect myself from domain name froud

Started by Asarhadon, Nov 08, 2022, 11:33 AM

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I have a heartbreaking story to share with you, but in the midst of it all, I still have a question that needs answering. My friends and I created an e-commerce website together. One of my friends was a web specialist, the other had a keen eye for the goods we sold on the website, while I focused on writing articles for the site.

The idea for the website was mine, and I spent a lot of time and effort creating content for my personal blog as well. One day, my web-developer friend suggested redirecting traffic from my blog to boost sales on our main site, which we did via a 301 redirection from my domain to the e-commerce site. However, things took a turn for the worse when the web specialist secretly registered our e-commerce domain to himself, leaving me worried about how to save my content.

Is there any way to safeguard my content? Despite all this, the first site I built without any support is still registered under my hosting account.


To avoid identification, information should never be transmitted in plain text, including to third parties. Commonly used code words and security questions often rely on easily accessible information (such as the name of a pet), which may be known by operators and vulnerable to leaks with other data.

The author's intentions are unclear, particularly regarding what measures are taken to protect personal information and what responsibilities the operator has after creating a code word. It is uncertain whether simply forgetting the code word could result in disciplinary action, or if alternative open data (such as a passport number) would suffice.