I realize from the WHOIS info that this domain was just registered. However, given the number of spam, virus, and trojan sites that are popping up, I'm a bit skeptical of this article. In particular, it's a one-line entry from an anonymous IP, whose sole purpose is to direct traffic to a site on a nonstandard port (a port which, properly, belongs to DNSIX Security, not to an IM client). There's no answer on the URL provided, which makes me suspect it is a honeypot meant to lure people in and then log info about their IP, browser, etc. so as to then check for exploitable machines.
I realize that I'm acting on a very high degree of suspicion here, but I've been in the ISP and web hosting biz for over 15 years, and I tend to have a very cautious approach to sites that just pop up out of nowhere like this. Note that there has been a bit of activity on Port 90 of late (http://isc.sans.edu/port.html?port=90) and that Port 90 is known to be used to harbor trojans (http://www.speedguide.net/port.php?port=90).
Admins, I think this may qualify as a SpeedyDelete unless the site can be demonstrated to have legitimate content, or the owner/admin of the site can step forward from a registered account and explain. --CodyDenton 06:58, 10 September 2010 (UTC)
- Thanks, Cody. As the site sounds suspicious, and the article was created by an anonymous user, I've deleted it. I don't think *any* website should be included here so soon after creation anyway.--Higgs Raccoon 17:55, 10 September 2010 (UTC)