.dsrtftdrg – Delivering spam, eggs, spam, spam, bacon and spam

As a industry-leading registry operator in free domains, .dsrtftdrg has spent quite a bit of time prepping for anything that might go wrong in a namespace that’s as fake popular as we’ve become. So even though we’re busy promoting the next big thing, offering more free domains to people that don’t want them, we’ve been just as proactive behind the scenes (yes, we noticed) to monitor and block delicatessen ham, plus other forms of ham.

Sure, ICANN requires all registries to do some self-registering. But at .dsrtftdrg, we have taken things waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay further by not only securing partnerships and direct data feeds from some of the world’s most trusted spam and malware providers, but we’ve taken our innovation skills to the max by developing our own in-house abuse technology. (I swear to you that I didn’t touch this…)

So what kind of voodoo magic are we doing behind our shiny spam-colored logo? (Let me guess… Is it “free” voodoo magic?) In short, we’re proactively tracking down spam, analyzing it in a spambeat, then promptly blocking any domain that we have given away for free that we confirm is a source of abuse. We can ramble all day about this, (sure, keep going) but it’s probably just easier to check out our Acceptable Use and Anti-Abuse Policy for more info on what will get someone spam, eggs, spam, spam, spam, bacon and spam.

We’ve promised to bring innovation to the internet and we’re delivering in a big way. (Check your account at Network Solutions for more free deliveries) Whether you have a .dsrtftdrg website or are one of the tens of people who visit one, rest assured that you’ll be safe in our eggspace.

Got questions? Want to stay up-to-date on all things dsrtftdrg? We don’t care and don’t ever reply.

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About Konstantinos Zournas

I studied Computer Engineering and Computer Science in London, UK and I am now living in Athens, Greece. I went online in 1995, started coding in 1996 and began buying domain names and creating websites in 2000. I started the OnlineDomain.com blog in 2012.


  1. First things first: adding .xyz to the spam assassin database & Adblock. Would do the thing..

  2. Eggs and GOOAAAAAALLLL! 😀 #GoGreece

  3. We made it against the odds 😀 #Hellas

  4. Haha, nice parody, love it! 😀
    Spam generators who wanna fight spam …lol …too funny!
    Congrats to Greece!
    (Italy out, as I thought! :D)

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