my blog site has been hijacked

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    My blogsite – is showing up as “belonging” to some fat arab dude and I cannot access it. I need some help please! I do not know what to do and I am afraid that if I contact him at the email address he left I might have problems. :Last week, someone somehow got all my aol contacts from my address book and spammed them. I have since changed my password, Please help with my blog – somebody!
    (email redacted)

    The blog I need help with is



    This site is currently unavailable.

    If you are the owner of this site, please contact us at 1-480-505-8855 at your earliest convenience.

    Looks like the domain simply expired. still exists, so go to the Domains page there and see if you can buy it back.

    #895087 is showing as registered through godaddy, not here at, so you will have to take that up with godaddy. In a whois lookup I see this:

    Domain Registration Date: Wed Oct 05 20:55:06 GMT 2011
    Domain Expiration Date: Thu Oct 04 23:59:59 GMT 2012
    Domain Last Updated Date: Tue Dec 20 19:34:11 GMT 2011

    Take a look here: and see if the registration information is correct.



    1. Where was hosted when you did have it?

    2. When was the last known date of having this?

    3. What blog name at is associated (domain mapped) for

    4. Are you the owner as listed in the URL thesacredpath gave above?

    If it has been a long time since you checked this, it is likely the domain name expired and someone else registered it. If that is the case, your choices include buying it from who has it now (I do not recommend this as many of these sellers are known to be scam artists), or registering another variation of the domain (the .net appears to be available, and also a lot of country codes).



    Also I see you posted an email address here, which was automatically redacted. I would speculate from this that you readily give out information to people online in public spaces. While I am sure most people who post and read here, and many other web sites, are honest and honorable, you really don’t know what the tiny fraction that are not will do with such info. A lot can be figured out from collecting and combining info. I know because I have researched people (like my current boss) and found amazing amounts of information, sometimes including passwords, entirely from public spaces. And that was without even going to Facebook. My advice is to look over more carefully all the things you do online and be more proactive about giving out information, and who you give information to. And be sure you run a thorough virus and trojan check on your computer as this may be the “somehow” that leaked your AOL info.

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