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First question I got is Can yahoo iPage allow me to upload executable file? Looking forward for any response. Second question of mine... There are quite a few things I like about the way Registerfly does things. The ability to.

Restrict login to your RegisterFly.com account to a known IP Address or range.

Is nice..

You should abide by the basic strong password rules:.

Should have a Upper case.

ALPHA.

Should have a lower case.

Alpha.

Should have a.

Number.

Should have a.

Symbol.

Should be at.

Least 8 characters long.

Should not be a license plate type word (1Luvc@t$).

Do not use HostGator controlling passwords on any other system or service..

Lastly,.

Trust no one.

!..

Comments (6)

You betcha! but you might wanna make sure and wait for another person to confirm my answer as I am not sure. Better yet, why don't you ask the iPage guys because they can help better...

Comment #1

I contacted RegFly last week after seeing this thread startup.

And RegFly assured me that their iPage site was not hacked and no.

One's account info or passwords were comprimised..

Considering that the hacking info was a month old I'm inclined to.

Believe them...this time..

Patrick..

Comment #2

Reminds me of a scene from Chicken Little:.

"Your hate mail is full"...

Comment #3

That may be true but that's not what the thread was started for..

It was started because their staff are apparently going into accounts through the front door, allowing the "account accessed" email to be sent and effectively causing a panic, all because they're too useless/dumb to access the account in private like every other registrar I use does..

What sense does it make allowing their customers to believe that their account was hacked? Absolutely none, it's counterproductive, but it's exactly what I've come to expect from Regfly..

I think it'll take a miracle to turn around the company now and shake off their bad reputation...

Comment #4

I think it's time to move my domains from RegisterFly...

Comment #5

Hmmm, I guess we wore Paul V. out..

J/k.

Is he still recovering from his surgery? He is a good man..

I don't envy you your job Mark, it will be a tough row to hoe...but Welcome to NamePros and lets hope a bunch of that Tucows exp rubs off on RegFly..

I expect you will be very popular very soon..

Peace,.

Cyberian..

Comment #6

Thanks for this post. I go out of town over the weekend and come back to a scare. I've changed passwords as a precaution. I also appreciate Mark coming the forum and help answer questions. Mark, can you clarify exactly what happened?..

Comment #7


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.