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Just how I dropped my $50,000 Twitter username
It' a tale about how PayPal and GoDaddy let the assault happen and made me loose my $50,000 twitter name. Had a strange tweet user name, @N. Resetting password prompts are a frequent occurrence in my email mailbox. Since today I don't check @N anymore. In the course of my luncheon on 20 January 2014 I got an SMS from PayPal for a unique validating number.
Someone tried to rob my PayPal bankroll. I later that morning reviewed my email using my own unique GoDaddy domains name via Google Apps. The last news I got from GoDaddy was "Account settings change confirmation". Topic: Change ConfigurationDear naoki hiroshima,You are getting this email because the user accounts have been changed for the following account:XXXXXXXXXXXXXXIt will take a short time for this query to take effect.
In the event that these changes were made without your permission, please login to your user accounts and upgrade your safety preferences. 505-8877. If you are not able to login to your registration details, or if unauthorised changes have been made to the domainname associated with your registration details, please call our firstname.lastname@example.org or (480) 505-8877.
Remember that our General Terms and Conditions apply to your bank details. Yours faithfully, I tried to login to my GoDaddy login, but it didn't work. GoDaddy and I told him about the whole thing. However, this did not work because the information on the bank cards had already been modified by an intruder. Actually, all my information has been altered.
There was no way I could show that I was the actual proprietor of the name. GoDaddy's official proposed that I fill out a case on GoDaddy's website with my federal ID. This would be enough to verify my ID and my property on the bankroll. The majority of Web sites use email as a way to verify.
When your email address is at risk, an intruder could potentially recover your passwords on many other Web sites. My intruder was able to check my e-mails by taking over my GoDaddyomainname. Soon, on the basis of my experience so far, which was under attack, I realised that my desired Twitter user name was the goal.
Oddly enough, someone I don't know sent me a Facebook email asking me to update my email address on Twitter. Although I thought this was sent by the assailant, I still modified it. Now the email address of the account on Twitter was one that the hacker could not use. My intruder tried to reset my password to twitter several times and found that he couldn't get any of the email he had resetted because it took me a while to get the MX entry of my domains that control the email domainserver to work.
Aggressor opened #16134409 edition on Twitter's Zendesk support page. I' m not getting the my email address back, do you think you could email me one by hand? Tweeting prompted the aggressor to give more information to continue, and the aggressor gave up on this itinerary. Later, I found out that the assailant had threatened my Facebook bank to negotiate with me.
It was horrifying to hear what had happend when my boyfriends started asking me about odd behaviors on my Facebook page. Finally I got an e-mail from my assailant. But the assailant tried to blackmail me with the following news. Topic: I have seen that you have spoken with one of my accomplices, I just want to tell you that you were right, @N was the goal. It seems extreme dormant, I also want to tell you that your GoDaddy domain names are in my ownership, a wrong buy and they can be taken back by Godaddy and never be seen again D:I see that you operate quite a number of beautiful web pages, so I abandoned them for the moment, all the dates on the pages have stayed untouched.
Are you willing to make compromises? Providing @N for about 5 minutes while I trade the grip in replacement for your Godaddy and help protect your information? Immediately thereafter, I got an answer from GoDaddy. To follow up this affair further:1. Go to http://who.godaddy. com/ to find the Whois entry for the Domainname and solve the problem directly with the Registrant.2. Go to htm at http://who.godaddy. to find an ICANN-approved arbitrator.3. Give GoDaddy the following URL to your judicial advisor for information on filing your rights documents: http://www.godaddy.com/agreements/showdoc.aspx? pageid=CIVIL_SUBPOENA GoDaddy now regards this affair as over.
" While GoDaddy asked the assailant if it was okay to modify the bank details, he didn't take the trouble to ask me if it was okay if the assailant did. GoDaddy had put the weight on the real one. One of my employees was able to put me through to a GoDaddy manager.
And then I got this follow-up from the assailant. Topic: ...helloAre you changing the grip? The Godaddy bankroll is up and running. The password has been modified and a blank email is associated with it. When I asked a Twitter acquaintance of mine what the chance would be of restoring the Twitter accounts if the aggressor took responsibility.
Remembering what had happend to @mat, I came to the conclusion that the only way to prevent an irreversible catastrophe would be to immediately abandon the @mat accounts. And so I said to the assailant, "Subject. For the first in my registration in early 2007, I renamed my @N user name to @N_is_stolen.
I was able to get back to my GoDaddy accounts and the user name was quickly controlled by the intruder. When I asked the assailant how my GoDaddy bankroll was at risk, I got this answer: It' s difficult to determine what is more shocking, the fact that PayPal gave the assailant the last four numbers of my plastic number on the telephone, or that GoDaddy took it as a check.
Asked about this topic, the aggressor answered with this message: Thing is, GoDaddy let him keep trying until he made it. After my GoDaddy email address was recovered, I was also able to recover it. I' ve converted the email address I use for several web sites into an @gmail.com address.
Use of my Google Apps email address with a user-defined domains feel good, but has a good shot of being taken if the domainserver is at risk. When I used an @gmail.com email address for my Facebook sign-in, the assailant would not have been able to gain control of my Facebook accounts.
When you use your Google Apps email address to sign in to different sites, I strongly recommend that you stop this. They can use the more beautiful customized domains email for Messaging purpose, I still do. There was 1 TTL hours in my case, so I didn't have enough free space to continue to receive email to the affected domains after I lost my DNA controls.
It' probably what kept the assailant from signing into my PayPalccount. In order to prevent their carelessness from ruining your online lifestyle, don't let PayPal and GoDaddy save your credentials. I will also leave GoDaddy and PayPal as soon as possible.