If x = b, what do we need numbers for?
Last time I checked, the Soviet Union didn't exist anymore, yet as we all know, the .su TLDs live on.
Random musings are great aren't they? Well not in this case. I've yet to see a .su domain that's actually legit, and this one is no different. The domain in this case, is officialversion.su (also known as officialversion.ru), a domain we're all familiar with.
This particular one, was arrived at courtesy of an e-mail a friend received and forwarded to me. You'll like this, but not be surprised. The e-mail contained;
Both traclickmedia.com and secure-signupway.com are registered through GoDaddy and should be down shortly. They're housed at;
Current IP: 126.96.36.199
IP PTR: m0.bm02.net
ASN: 8001 188.8.131.52/16 NET-ACCESS-CORP - Net Access Corporation
Current IP: 184.108.40.206
IP PTR: kenya.lexiearzabalanix.net
ASN: 6539 220.127.116.11/19 GT-BELL - Bell Canada
Current IP: 18.104.22.168
IP PTR: reverse.sysnoc.com
ASN: 21788 22.214.171.124/17 NOC - Network Operations Center Inc.
With the exception of officialversion.su, the domains are hidden behind a privacy service. The WhoIs for officialversion.su doesn't show much either;
Surprised there's no details? Nope, me neither.
Needless to say, ANYTHING you receive via e-mail that wants to sell you something, or has arrived without you asking for it, should be consigned straight to the junk. That also goes for anything arriving via e-mail offering so-called security software or such (legit vendors do not spam).