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Few days ago we had an accident with one of Russia's most popular bittorrent tracker site, torrents.ru. A domain was undelegated from DNS servers by request of our agencies.
While, in an official agreement, that accepted by both sides(registrar and registrant) when a new .ru domain is registered there is a note about "Registrator may not interact with conflicts a registrant may have with 3rd parties."
In this case it were two companies, complained about "torrents.ru...
Yesterday I've started to think about securing my services with trusted SSL certs, so I've googled for "Multiple Hostname X509" and found several good articles on generating those and link to godaddy.com, as they can sign those.
I've looked through their site, found no really good explanation for most of things, and decided to poke their support.
Here is what I sent:
I am always wondering why buy all good domain names and keep them for yourself or move them onto parkings. Say, i bought 31337.org can i think someone will buy it? No.
If I bought windows-support.com, can i think someone will buy it? Yeah, probably.
I was trying to find a good domain name in our .ru zone but... no I have not failed, I've just found 10000 domains that aren't available(re Thomas Edison). Man... why buy domains like rm.ru and don't use them?
Even tried most of...