Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Namecheap To Offer Free Anonymous hosting, Domains for any anti-War Sites

Namecheap recently made a statement that they are restricting their services to Russian entities and asked them to migrate to another provider. In addition to that, Russian domains will become 403 forbidden domains starting from March 6th.

Namecheap posted a tweet that, “Effective immediately, we will begin offering free anonymous hosting and domain name registration to any anti-Putin anti-regime and protest websites for anyone located within Russia and Belarus. Please contact our support for details.”

The domain registrar has made a decision to give free hostings to anti-regime organizations. Entities that want to use its services are requested to contact them for support. Currently, the assistance is provided via an online ticketing system. They are working on providing Live support.

In the events of the invasion that Russia took against Ukraine, there have been several alterations beginning to happen all over the world.

The CEO of Namecheap is also aware of Russian’s anger at their decisions and said that they (Russians) have a lot of providers that can provide them with the same services.

Many of the top-level domains have started to reflect 403 forbidden errors. The company also said that they will provide necessary assistance on the migration.

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