Re: Goofs in the alleged ncbl.mu whois record

From: <cedric_at_jcplaboratory.org>
Date: Thu, 13 Aug 2015 19:21:23 +0000

Hello Ish,


>I've attempted to clear some doubt: http://hacklog.in/goofs-in-the-alleged-ncbl-mu-whois-record/


Thank you for the great job.


I have some concerns however, with regards to whois information and privacy.


Not too long ago I was checking the whois information of some mauritian sites; companies such as banks and blogger's sites including yours. Not that I did it on purpose but these are the kind of things I do with my spare time.


As you know, whois information contains not only registration and expiry dates but also the domain owner's contact details such as address and phone number.


For the sake of privacy, can we afford leaving these kind of information public (Am excluding businesses here)?


I know that hiding these kind of information can hurt the way search engines see you or even sometimes requires extra cash.


According to you is it worth hiding?





Regards,


C├ędric Poottaren

Software developer

http://jcplaboratory.org





On Thu, Aug 13, 2015 at 11:06 AM -0700, "Ish Sookun" <ish_at_hacklog.in> wrote:
Hello,

Yesterday, following a press conference by lawyer Shakeel Mohammed
about an alleged document containing information regarding the
registration of ncbl.mu, several people on social networks started
asking questions. Some questioned about what is a whois record while
others asked about the authenticity of that document.

I've attempted to clear some doubt:
http://hacklog.in/goofs-in-the-alleged-ncbl-mu-whois-record/

Regards,

--
Ish Sookun
- Geek by birth, Linux by choice.
- I blog at HACKLOG.in.
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Received on Thu Aug 13 2015 - 19:21:38 PST

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