Whois Harvesting - Are You A Target? Published: Apr 25, 2004
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ResellersPanel has launched two Private DNS Cluster packages – Private DNS 1 and Private DNS 2, as a part of its Free Reseller Hosting Program.

ResellersPanel.com (www.resellerspanel.com), the well-known British web host, announces that it has launched two Private DNS Cluster packages – Private DNS 1 and Private DNS 2, as a part of its Free Reseller Hosting Program. Instead of ResellersPanel’s default DNS, the resellers can now use their own private DNS for the domains of their clients of the following kind: ns1/ns2.domain-of-their-choice.com & dns1/dns2.domain-of-their-choice.com – something, which will contribute to the uniqueness of their web hosting business and its brand awareness. All resellers’ clients, regardless of the server they are hosted on, can now use the resellers’ private DNS to resolve their domains, i.e. it won’t be necessary that each server has a dedicated DNS (private or predefined by ResellersPanel) even if the resellers’ clients are hosted on different servers. By using their own DNS, the resellers will be able to sustain their anonymity as well, since the contact information displayed in a Whois search is entirely under their control.

Each DNS cluster package comes with a free E-mail Cluster, giving resellers’ clients the possibility to use mail.domain-of-their-choice.com in their default POP3/IMAP/SMTP mail server settings, which too creates a remarkable brand popularity and recognition, since it would be much easier to remember a single line than having numerous server names. The difference between the two packages consists mainly in the additional dedicated IP address that comes with the Private DNS 2 package, which uses two entirely dedicated IPs for both name servers. The benefits of the second dedicated IP address are related to possible security issues that may arise if an unfriendly person tries to attack a given website or the name server itself causing an extended downtime or DDoS (distributed denial of service). Having two dedicated IPs will improve the security of the entire DNS cluster, making clients’ websites almost 100% protected.

Nick Blaskov, CFO of ResellersPanel.com, said that since the Free Reseller Hosting Program was launched ResellersPanel.com has received numerous requests from its resellers about the possibility to create their own private DNS that can be used by their clients in their domain name settings, that the Private DNS Cluster service gives the resellers a unique opportunity to use their own brand names and create brand awareness and recognition with just a few mouse clicks, that the DNS Cluster service develops the idea of the Private Label Reseller model to the fullest, and that by adding a Private DNS the resellers will complete the process of creating their own web hosting companies.

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  • Gravatar - DCASEY
    DCASEY 20:26, May 18, 2005
    http://aplus.net/ is the only one I've ever gotten a phone call (3, actually, though I asked every time to be taken off their list) from.<br />
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    I suggest using their own services to let them know that they are part of the problem - right in there with lowlife spammers of porn, meds and large dicks - and that you wouldn't consider using their services if they were the last provider on earth.<br />
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    I am a web developer with many clients and the one thing I will do is to tell all of them NOT to use http://aplus.net/ for anything.
  • Gravatar - mdx
    mdx 05:06, January 30, 2006
    I've had several as well, and since I won't answer the call, it's a pre-recorded British woman pitching theie services. I ran the phone number the calls originated from, and it goes to a "Veleka Predictive Dialer" - something telemarketers use. Since I believe telemarketing one's cellphone with pre-recorded messages is against the FTC Do Not Call regulations and carry a hefty fine, I'm going to look into having them fined. It won't do anything in the larger scheme of things, but.... On teh other hand, in a class action, if someone subpoenaed their outbound calls and determined which went to cell phones and multiplied that number by a $1,000 fine, things might get interesting....
  • Gravatar - Leo
    Leo 04:14, June 1, 2008
    I hate when this crap happens to my business. Guess what I do! I do the same thing to them. Use something like: <a href="http://www.tools.mywikiinfo.com/includes/whoislookup.php">http://www.tools.mywikiinfo.com/includes/whoislookup.php</a><br />
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    And do them the same favor 3-4 times.<br />
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    Regards,<br />

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