The main thing you need to take care while purchasing a domain

Hello Guys,

In this article i want to share my experience of getting this domain name for my website that is

This is a 3 letter premium domain which i had purchased for few bucks through SEDO escrow service.

But we feel quite disappointed after we came to know this domain is banned from Google for phishing activities in the past by the original owner.Banned from Google means that you will lost much of your traffic from Google search engine and they will not re-index your site. As you know there is lot of sale and purchase of domains going at SEDO but very few people especially that end-user gets affected by this problem.

We had already submitted the petition to so that they can unban our website.

So all those who are end user of a particular domain name they want to buy, please make sure that it is not involved in any phishing activities.


What is the actual fate of ?

The main content of the article is as follow:

  1. Introduction
  2. Age of SEX.COM
  3. Current Owner Of
  4. Rumors about


In today’s world three letter .com or LLL.COM type domains are considered to be very premium.They are going from mid xxxx $ to high xxxx $. is also one of the three letter .com we all know is one of the most premium domain in the market available till now.

Estibot appraisal of gives a value of about $ 14,350,000 USD

It is a quite an astonishing fact that world’s most powerful porn domain does not contain PORN.It is still parked at the following name servers


The domain registrar currently is NETWORK SOLUTIONS, LLC.

Without any content also has an alexa rank of about 65k this directly shows their are lot of people showing interest in this domain.

AGE OF SEX.COM is quite an old domain.The exact age mentioned in the ‘whois’ is

Expiration Date: 2019-10-17
Creation Date: 1995-10-18

Current Owner Of

The domain was first registered by a person named Gary Kremen.

In October 1995, Network Solutions transferred the domain to Stephen M. Cohen, who had been trying to gain control of the domain for some time by misrepresentation, using phone calls, e-mails and forged letters. He eventually persuaded an employee of Network Solutions to change the ownership details by submitting a fake fax. After gaining control of the domain, Cohen produced an advertising-heavy site that received up to 25 million hits a day. From payments for click-throughs and other advertising, Cohen was reportedly making $50,000 to $500,000 per month. Kremen undertook steps to recover the domain, while Cohen claimed he obtained the domain legally from Online Classifieds (OCI). A five-year legal battle ensued, led by cyberlawyer Charles Carreon.

Kremen was victorious in November 2000, when Network Solutions was ordered to return the domain to the plaintiff. According to the record of Kremen v. Cohen, Cohen was ordered to pay $25 million into court; in April 2001, the California District Court awarded Kremen an additional $40 million for lost earnings, for a total judgment of $65 million. was reported sold to Escom LLC in January 2006. At a reported $14 million price, the domain name has widely been cited as the highest priced domain sale.

As of February 18th, 2010, the domain name has been ordered to be sold at a foreclosure auction.

Rumors about is rumored to have been sold for 14 million dollar to a unknown person.But still it’s unclear who is exactly the owner of this premium domain

Apple and Cisco, Brothers in Arms

Apple gets OK from Cisco on ‘iOS’  This time, Apple didn’t take any chances with its claim to the “iBrand.”

Three years ago, Apple unveiled its revolutionary iPhone and was promptly sued by networking giant Cisco Systems, which was already using the iPhone trademark for a line of voice-over-Internet telephones. Cisco said Apple had asked about using the name, but allegedly began marketing its new gadget before any agreement was reached.

It took weeks of negotiation before the two settled out of court. But there was no complaint from Cisco on Monday, when Apple CEO Steve Jobs said his company has decided to market the iPhone operating system under the name “iOS” — even though Cisco has been using iOS for nearly two decades as the name of its own software, also known as the Internetwork Operating System, which runs on a variety of Cisco’s networking gear.Cisco said Monday that it had already agreed to let Apple use the iOS name.

The companies did not disclose terms of the deal.