Warner, who is conducting a research project on tracking spam trends, said both companies accepted domain name registrations from bad actors, which can be attributed to illegal activities and spam. The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (iCANN) can put pressure on Xin Net and eName, Warner said. ICANN could warn companies that their domain name registration functions could be taken away from them because ICANN accredits them, Warner said. The two companies, eName (www.ename.com/) and Xin Net Technology (xinnet.com/), are domain name registrars. They sell domain names and related registration services that help find a website, said Gary Warner, director of computer medicine research in the Department of Computer Science and Information at the University of Alabama. EName has allowed to register websites that sell software that would have allowed users to spy on other people`s text messages, Warner said. The company also allows you to register domain names hosted on botnets or networks of computers infected with malware. Perhaps ICANN could reduce Xin Net and eName`s ability to register top-tier generic domains such as “.com.” However, recent research by Warner`s spam team has shown that a large percentage of spam-related domains end in .cn, the top-level domain for China. Each country has administrative control over these high-level country code areas, so ICANN cannot remove those rights, Warner said. the 1st, 3rd, 6th and 7th of the list are linked to Afternic Fast Transfer. Aliyun sells standard transfer names. The rumor is more registrar will sell Afternic Fast – Standard in 2020. >Interested, if you list your domains with a BIN price > at Afternic, they will be available to Chinese buyers of > if they search for your domains on eName.
This deviation is not recorded anywhere, even by the PSI. It is difficult to automatically link the spam URL to the hijacking target. There is also an extra layer of pillows from the pharmaceutical manufacturer, as he can argue that his domain name was never sent as spam. The same people are usually behind spam and the site, Warner said. For every registrar, or only those that are designed for fast transmission? Some websites that host malware and are registered via eName have been active for 150 days, Warner said. This is an unusually long time, given the way most good registrars and hosting companies act much faster to remove malicious websites. Yet two years ago, the Chinese CERT had only three Anglophones trying to cope with a massive workload: the agency receives up to 9,000 abuse complaints a day, Warner said. With eName, “we see an absolute refusal to cooperate with any legitimate form of abuse complaint,” Warner said.
Xin Net will take minor action if it is harassed by a complaint, he said. ICANN last week appointed a new CEO and president, Rod Beckstrom, who could make a change in the organization`s handling of Internet abuse issues, Warner said. I haven`t found the basic network, so I don`t know if it contains the Chinese registrars. For example, Xin Net could use a domain name from its database if that domain can definitely be linked to spam, Warner said.