Chinese domain market report : We didn’t hack the FDIC

North Korean hacker at the ICANN web site.

Chinese hackers can be persistent.

Chinese hackers are allegedly targeting US corporations and even the FDIC.

According to a report filed by a US congressional committee, China is behind hacking attacks against the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp in 2010, 2011 and 2013.

Naturally, Chinese officials opposed to and denied such allegations, stating:

“We have repeatedly said that whoever puts forward an accusation should come up with concrete evidence instead of using easy, speculative words like ‘possibly’ or ‘perhaps’.”

Definitely not the best way to improve the ties between China and the US; perhaps Mr. Robot could help solve this?

Meanwhile, Chinese domain sales are flatlined, despite gallant efforts by the organizers of the World Domain Conference to convince us otherwise.

Volume has dropped, prices have dropped, but we will remain optimistic, just in case.

Here is today’s list of domains that changed hands in China, between 2 to 4 characters. We only track .CN, .COM and .NET TLDs.

Unlike previous days, there is no “bonus” list of Chinese geo-domains, unfortunately. Just a few vanilla chips and a pair of LLL .CN domains.

Have a great Friday!




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