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ZoneEdit.com Forcing Pop-Unders on WebForward-Configured Domains
From: Jason Coombs <jasonc () science org>
Date: Mon, 12 Jun 2006 12:28:31 -1000

Problem:

DNS service ZoneEdit.com now owned by MyDomains.com has started forcing JavaScript pop-Unders onto users' browsers when the domain owner uses the ZoneEdit WebForward feature.


References:

www.zoneedit.com

www.mydomains.com/support.php

www.casalemedia.com/contact.html


Details:

Casale Media, Inc. is the Pop-Under Spammer responsible for paying My Domains cash money to distribute this crap to users. Example script shown below, embedded within the WebForward "Cloaking" frame.

script language="JavaScript" src="http://as.casalemedia.com/sd?s=65701&f=1";


Possible Resolutions:

Stop using ZoneEdit for backup/failover or primary DNS service.

Remove the economic incentive to lie, cheat and steal.

Prosecute the offenders and send them to prison.

Send/Fax your objections to ZoneEdit/MyDomains

Correspondence or payment by check may be sent to our office at:
ZoneEdit, Inc.
111 Broadway, 11th Floor
New York, NY 10006
Fax:    +1 (847) 461-1893

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