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So, do you think that there is yet another World of Warcraft account theft operation planned?

December 29th 2009 in Uncategorized

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All of the following domains list XINNET as the Registrar:

worldofwaracrft.com (created 15 November 2009)
IP: 98.126.210.19 – Krypt Technologies

worldofwaruraft.com (created 24 December 2009)
IP: 174.139.248.82 – Krypt Technologies
Sharing IP with worldofwancraft.com (created 17 December 2009)

worldofwrracraft.com (created 27 December 2009)
IP: 98.126.122.67 – Krypt Technologies

worldofwarcraft-account-instructions.com (created 27 December 2009)
IP: 74.63.200.104 – Limestone Networks

worldofwurcraft.com (created 24 December 2009)
IP: 174.139.248.82 – Krypt Technologies

worldofwarcraft-account-management.com (created 21 December 2009)
IP: 205.209.136.189 – Managed Solutions Group Inc

worldofwarcracrft.com (created 15 November 2009)
IP: 98.126.210.19 – Krypt Technologies

worldofwarcraft-wowaccountadmin.com (created 19 December 2009)
IP: 205.209.161.30 – Managed Solutions Group Inc

worldofwarcraft-account-notification.com (created 24 December 2009)
IP: 205.209.161.30 – Managed Solutions Group Inc

 

Edit… and another one:

worldofwarcraft-accountlogin.com (created 25 December 2009)
IP: 205.209.184.15 – Managed Solutions Group Inc


One comment to...
“So, do you think that there is yet another World of Warcraft account theft operation planned?”

Brian

I play WoW and this is no surprise. I will probably get in game whispers telling me I have won some contest and go to one of these websites. This is an ongoing constant thing. Sadly people fall for it daily.


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