Fyodor Strikes Back At GoDaddy

You may have heard that GoDaddy temporarily took Fyodor's Seclists.org offline earlier this month. If you didn't hear about that then read our news story, "GoDaddy.com Abuse Policy Takes SecLists.Org Offline."

The move angered Fyodor and now he's striking back. In response to GoDaddy's actions Fyodor established a site at NoDaddy.com that aims to "document instances of customer abuse at GoDaddy. The goal is for GoDaddy to either improve their policies and customer service, or suffer continued loss of market share to their customer-focused competition."

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