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Bulletproof Domain Register

Looking for a Bulletproof Domain Register. Offshore location. Decent prices for domains.

No personal details or many questions asked. Should be hard to take down domain.

Looking to register .bz, .cc, .ws, .to, .is, .se, .cn, .cm, .ch, .su, .ru, .ro, .im, domains.

Bitcoin accepted. Can also pay by Credit Card & PayPal but would like to pay by Bitcoin.

Need it for a no logs anonymous Bitcoin VPN service I want to start up soon.

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  • FrecyboyFrecyboy Member
    edited March 2015

    https://uniregistry.com/

    https://registrar.am/

    @bsdguy That's the most "offshore" ones I dealt with.

    Maybe have a look at this list : http://www.exoticvps.com/offshore-registrars.php

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  • perennateperennate Member, Provider

    I've heard good things about ISNIC. They accept credit card or bank transfer.

  • I wonder if anyone is able to provide .kp domains...

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  • NyrNyr Member

    Subreg.CZ, BizCN.

    None of the other mentioned registrars are even a bit bulletproof.

    said: Need it for a no logs anonymous Bitcoin VPN service I want to start up soon.

    That's not going to work.

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  • bsdguybsdguy Member
    edited March 2015

    Cayman islands, british overseas territory

    Company Name: TORTEN SYSTEMS LTD. CO.
    Little Rock, Arkansas, USA

    @openvpn said:
    Looking for a Bulletproof Domain Register. Offshore location.

    There is no such thing. In the end it's always the rules of the TLD that count.
    What a decent registry can do is to cover your personal details. If you need that service in a serious way, make sure the registrar isn't registered or de facto (offices) operating inside any jurisdiction that doesn't care shit about laws like usa, 5eyes countries, eu, singapure, etc.

    Note: "cover your personal details" as in "not publish them" - not as in "keep authorities off your back.

    My favourite prime number is 42. - \forall cpu in {intel, amd, arm}: cpu->speed -= cpu->speed/100 x irandom(15, 30) | state := hacked

  • NyrNyr Member

    bsdguy said:

    There is no such thing. In the end it's always the rules of the TLD that count.

    Actually you are wrong. Most domain suspensions are done directly by registrars, not forced by the registry.

  • What TLD is least likely to take down your domain? TLD that doesn't care about abuse?

  • FrecyboyFrecyboy Member
    edited March 2015

    .to @openvpn

    Software is like sex, it's better when it's free!

  • @Nyr said:
    Subreg.CZ, BizCN.

    None of the other mentioned registrars are even a bit bulletproof.

    I know about subreg.CZ. But they are exspensive. $180 for a .is domain is poor value.

    BizCN I will check out right now. It is Chinese right?

    Where do all the malware, spam, pharma, porn, hacking, carding get domains from?

    I only need it for VPN service but I want it to be very hard to take down.

  • NyrNyr Member
    edited March 2015

    openvpn said: I know about subreg.CZ. But they are exspensive. $180 for a .is domain is poor value.

    They have cheaper TLDs, but if you want them to deal with abuse for you, they aren't going to do it for free.

    openvpn said: BizCN I will check out right now. It is Chinese right?

    They have an English website available: http://cnobin.com/

    openvpn said: Where do all the malware, spam, pharma, porn, hacking, carding get domains from?

    I already named two for you, but do your own research.

    openvpn said: I only need it for VPN service but I want it to be very hard to take down.

    And what are you going to do when police raids your servers? Because that's what is going to happen if you host somewhere in the EU or US (and nearly everywhere with decent connectivity).

  • tr1ckytr1cky Member
    edited March 2015

    grandhost.cc is bulletproof

    tonic.to if you want a bulletproof .to domain

  • @Nyr said:
    Actually you are wrong. Most domain suspensions are done directly by registrars, not forced by the registry.

    So? Does that mean one need not care about their rules? Nope. What you say simply means that usually the registrars - who are bound by the TLD's rules - already do any required cleaning.

    If a "bulletproof" registrar mucks around too much, the TLD will clean out the domains.

    Now, usually the TLDs don't care that much because it's a nice mone making machine for everyone but as soon as authorities knock at their door they will jump and do whatever is requested to keep their money machine going. That is certainly by no means "bulletproof".
    And that is particularly true for TLDs under 5eyes or eu control.

    My favourite prime number is 42. - \forall cpu in {intel, amd, arm}: cpu->speed -= cpu->speed/100 x irandom(15, 30) | state := hacked

  • grandhost's website, ns1, ns2, and mail are on one and the same machine, hosted by Hetzner.

    Uhm, "bulletproof"?

    My favourite prime number is 42. - \forall cpu in {intel, amd, arm}: cpu->speed -= cpu->speed/100 x irandom(15, 30) | state := hacked

  • tr1cky said: grandhost.cc is bulletproof

    tonic.to if you want a bulletproof .to domain

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  • NyrNyr Member

    tr1cky said: grandhost.cc is bulletproof

    Seems like a BizCN reseller.

    tr1cky said: tonic.to if you want a bulletproof .to domain

    Not true.

  • NyrNyr Member
    edited March 2015

    Gotta love how you guys keep suggesting .to domains. I suppose it has something to do with the famous kinox.to and kickass.to domains?

    Them not caring about warez linking (for now) doesn't make the registry bulletproof.

  • TrafficTraffic Member
    edited March 2015

    https://www.nic.ru/

    Choose your TLD wisely :)

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  • NyrNyr Member

    Traffic said: Choose your TLD wisely :)

    Can you guys please stop writing stupid suggestions?

    RU Center has been known for suspending plenty of domains lately, including some big ones.

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  • TrafficTraffic Member
    edited March 2015

    @Nyr said:
    Can you guys please stop writing stupid suggestions?

    Who's stupid?
    http://whois.domaintools.com/dumps.pro

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  • jarjar Provider

    Why are so many people shooting at registrars that it justifies them wearing bulletproof vests?

    "Note that Romania has laws agains all the illegal activities just like US, including copyright. Is not the Dracula's country or no man's land as you thought." - Random email from someone I don't know, about nothing I've done or said

  • TrafficTraffic Member
    edited March 2015

    @Nyr said:
    Can you guys please stop writing stupid suggestions?

    And, by the way, suggesting cnobin.com is stupid, stupid. Real bad guys stopped using them ages ago. If you have no knowledge over a topic please don't reply.

    OP, want a good, trusted chinese registrar? Eranet. Won't even confirm your email.

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  • NyrNyr Member

    I was talking about stupid suggestions, not people. Big difference.

    Them being the registrar for some carders means nothing and doesn't change the fact that they had been suspending plenty of domains during the last years while other registries are more are much more tolerant to some kinds of abuse.

    Traffic said: And, by the way, suggesting cnobin.com is stupid, stupid.

    Why? Do they suspend domains now? Enlighten me.

  • Traffic said: https://www.nic.ru/

    Choose your TLD wisely :)

    Zero bulletproof, and very bad company.

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  • TrafficTraffic Member
    edited March 2015

    @Profforg said:
    Zero bulletproof, and very bad company.

    You are right, for OP's usage is not ok. How about eranet/now.cn?

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  • NyrNyr Member
    edited March 2015

    Traffic said:

    They do suspend, but takes ages. At that point no one cares.

    Not true. They don't even need a court order.

    Traffic said: How about eranet/now.cn?

    No idea, why do you suggest them?

    Edit: Oh, Eranet is a brand from Todaynic. They are fine, yeah.

  • @Nyr said:
    No idea, why do you suggest them?

    I have seen lots of sites like the ones mentioned registered there as well as SPAMvertised sites.

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  • 4n0nx4n0nx Member

    I don't know of any VPN provider's domain being deleted ever..

    ISNIC has deleted an ISIS (ISIL? IS? the terrorist country thingy) related domain, but apparently that was their first domain deletion because of illegal content ever. I'd hope that all registries delete domains that promote terrorism ...

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  • perennateperennate Member, Provider
    edited March 2015

    BTW, keep in mind that (AFAIK) VPN services such as the one you described are fully legal in the United States, I don't think there has been any case in U.S. where someone has been convicted simply of running VPN (just as no one has been convicted of being Tor exit node operator). Of course if you live in U.S. then law enforcement might acquire a court order forcing you to create "pen register"-like software for specific (or maybe all) client. But if you don't live in U.S., then I don't see what grounds they would have to demand your domain name to be taken down, and they obviously wouldn't be able to force you around with court order. You'll likely run into issues with your ISP first.

  • Why should I choose www.eranet.com over cnobin.com? What about subreg.CZ?

    And as I'll be running a no logs VPN I will get DCMA up my ass. So I need protection.

  • perennateperennate Member, Provider
    edited March 2015

    openvpn said: And as I'll be running a no logs VPN I will get DCMA up my ass. So I need protection.

    There's no such thing as "DCMA" in U.S. law, it's called DMCA. A U.S.-based VPN operator would be able to use mostly the same template that EFF provides for U.S.-based Tor exit node operators: https://www.torproject.org/eff/tor-dmca-response.html.en

    If you are not based in U.S. I don't even see how they could take down your domain name with a DMCA-based copyright notice given that your domain wouldn't be hosting any copyrighted content. The only point of contact would be yourself and your ISP (and possibly your ISP's upstream providers).

    Edit: regarding the template linked above, I mean the second paragraph about conduit; the remainder would have to be some argument that you are following reasonable policy of terminating repeat infringer subscribers by indicating that no proof of infringement on specific subscribe has been provided and no logs available to corroborate that. I'm not sure if that argument would work, but like I said, it doesn't matter if you're outside the U.S. since your website wouldn't contain or link to any copyrighted content.

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