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    transfer back?

    this question i have asked many times here and on deffrent forums but not get a reply yet.
    Is this possible to get back hacked domains?

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    it depends...
    what do you mean with "hacked domains" ?
    if someone stole your domain you might find help at ICANN but in cases like DROA you won't get a lot of help...

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    hacked domains = stolen domains
    one of my domain disapear from my netsol account (admin contact domain was expired) that domain now with emon with sedo parking, it happen two months before.

    any chance for me to get back?

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    I think you may apply to the registrar and ask him to give you back your domain for extra fee.

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    there is no way using domain law? that registrar (hacker) set minimum price 7000US$

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    So you mean one of your domains was stolen because somebody a) registered another expired domain you used for the Admin Contact AND b) transferred it away from your account?

    And you're saying that the thief ("hacker") was actually the registrar itself?
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    Quote Originally Posted by eglim
    there is no way using domain law? that registrar (hacker) set minimum price 7000US$
    There is no specific law addressing domain hijackings. And even if there is one, it's
    only applicable in the country it was enacted on.

    However, an allegedly hijacked domain name can be recovered. Whether it will be
    or not depends on any and all circumstances behind it.

    This isn't as black and white as you probably would like to believe.

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    It's probably gone forever. What do NetSol have to say about it?
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    You can have your registrar raise a transfer dispute. If you have proof it was yours you may be OK.

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    what kind of proof works?

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    I ask again. What did NetSol have to say about it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stu2
    I ask again. What did NetSol have to say about it?
    really i didn't contact with them beacuse i think it my fault.

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    anyone have same suituation ever and have luck about it?

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    Well, you can start by honestly giving as many specifics as possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eglim
    really i didn't contact with them beacuse i think it my fault.
    Why are you crying here if it's your own fault?
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    Quote Originally Posted by stu2
    Why are you crying here if it's your own fault?
    Probably exploring options. We'll see.

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