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RE: logomugs.com

Post by Guest » Fri May 13, 2011 4:12 am

Not wrong, but good try.
The information requested is Personal Identifiable Information that is not secured and could be intercepted.
http://www.idea-express.com/orderform.htm
Would you like to see how easy one could?

Just like your employee, you have danced around every single thing mentioned including using false information on a WHOIS.
Thanks for proving you don't give a crap.

Oh and btw, not a soul here would tell you that when I know I'm wrong I would admit such.
It's black and white.
You have a wonderful day.

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RE: logomugs.com

Post by c۞g » Fri May 13, 2011 4:24 am

Apologies for off topic from OP.

lanyardstore.com
I went through the process to purchase 100 lanyards, with text
The cart landed me on a secure order form at: https://idea-express.floridaserver.com
This was before any PII is entered.
The SSL Cert is issued by Comodo and common name recognizes: *.floridaserver.com
The asterisk represents any subdomain name entered.

Looking at the whois for: floridaserver.com
we see it's registered by: The Web Hosting Group Inc
located in Florida.

Oventures, who are based in Claifornia, may have numerous domains registered.
Many are old from 1996 - 2003 were creation dates I've discovered.
Most are unrated in WOT which tells me that they have not been picked up by any trusted sources for: spamming, Phishing, or Malware.

Many sites are old, for example: the news page at idea-express, via: .idea-express.com/news.htm
shows an image of a clipped article mentioning the year 2000; that was 11 years ago. Doesn't appear to have any more recent news.

A lot of these sites are old-style web programming, a bit "dull" in appearance but I would need proof of scam / bad business conduct before I would rate them poorly. Large corporations have many brands, brand name, domains, etc. I do not see the relevancy of referencing other domains in a discussion based on a poor rating from an out-dated compromised webpage.

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RE: logomugs.com

Post by Guest » Fri May 13, 2011 4:32 am

<quote user="g7w">
Apologies for off topic from OP.

lanyardstore.com
I went through the process to purchase 100 lanyards, with text
The cart landed me on a secure order form at: https&#58;//idea-express.floridaserver.com
This was before any PII is entered.
The SSL Cert is issued by Comodo and common name recognizes: *.floridaserver.com
The asterisk represents any subdomain name entered.

Looking at the whois for: floridaserver.com
we see it's registered by: The Web Hosting Group Inc
located in Florida.

Oventures, who are based in Claifornia, may have numerous domains registered.
Many are old from 1996 - 2003 were creation dates I've discovered.
Most are unrated in WOT which tells me that they have not been picked up by any trusted sources for: spamming, Phishing, or Malware.

Many sites are old, for example: the news page at idea-express, via: .idea-express.com/news.htm
shows an image of a clipped article mentioning the year 2000; that was 11 years ago. Doesn't appear to have any more recent news.

A lot of these sites are old-style web programming, a bit "dull" in appearance but I would need proof of scam / bad business conduct before I would rate them poorly. Large corporations have many brands, brand name, domains, etc. I do not see the relevancy of referencing other domains in a discussion based on a poor rating from an out-dated compromised webpage.
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http://www.idea-express.com/orderform.htm
is still active and used to order.
He himself said they have no unsecured cart pages.
That is just an out right lie. I have proved such.
(whomever that was, never left a name)

I have proved they used false information to register a domain.
Nothing I have said is incorrect.

I did my part, you want to rate green, that is your right.
Yet no one can say I was not telling the truth. I have proved everything Jazz said was not so.

I stand by my rating.

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RE: logomugs.com

Post by Guest » Fri May 13, 2011 5:18 am

More found
an unsecured page that asks also for credit card.
http://www.sflorg.com/images/personal/security_cameras/2011-05-13_051401.png
http://www.sflorg.com/images/personal/security_cameras/2011-05-13_051328.png

got there by placing an order: http://www.customglassware.com/cgi-bin-cg/quikstore.cgi
an order that started off at logomugs.com and ended this time at customglassware.com

Absolutely mind boggling. Anyone one of you would have nailed the casket shut if you had found even half as much.

Well I'm done with this thread. I worked hard enough and proved enough to be satisfied.
You all just keep those blinders on.
This old lady is going to bed.
Done

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