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Re: onion-router.net down temporarily

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No, they have a history of freedom hating. I would suggest another if
you're dealing with tor related stuff or anything "grey". I use
1and1.com myself.


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On 02/23/2007 02:13 PM, Michael_google gmail_Gersten wrote:
> I think it means that you need to switch to a more rational registrar,
> maybe GoDaddy?
> On 2/23/07, Christopher Layne <clayne@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> On Fri, Feb 23, 2007 at 09:54:02AM -0500, Paul Syverson wrote:
>> > Since at least one person (Steven Murdoch) seems to find
>> > onion-router.net useful and noticed when it went down, I thought it
>> > worth a note about status.
>> >
>> > The domain name expired on January 28th. Since Network Solutions was
>> > sending notification only to someone who has not been at NRL for
>> > nearly ten years, the impending expiry was not noticed before the
>> > fact.  Since only the principal account holder can pay for an
>> > extension, since the process of changing the principal account
>> holder
>> > information is far from any of rational, quick, or painless, and
>> since
>> > they will only grant a single fifteen day extension, it will be down
>> > until I can get this resolved.
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