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+ - ICANN lost its own domain registration

Submitted by RichMan
RichMan (8097) writes " icann-pwned (cbc.ca) The news organization actually used pwned in the page name. Looks like someone was able to steal the registration for ICANN which strangely seems to be registered with another organization.

ICANN, said it happened on June 26 when an internet registration company it oversees got fooled into transferring the domain names to someone else. .... The domain names hijacked were ICANN.com and IANA.com

And it should be a reminder that domain redirection can happen to anyone, no matter high up the supposed registration tree they happen to be."

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ICANN lost its own domain registration

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