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General Software Discussion / Re: Beware of download sites
« on: February 24, 2015, 09:03 PM »
The following have one or more Uniblue programs - (Perhaps they should be contacted.)

Download Crew
FileForum - 
Lo4d
Softpedia
TechSpot

It's been removed from LO4D.com. Thanks for pointing that out.

- Christopher

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Huh? :huh: When you own the domain name you get to select where DNS sends it. And when somebody buys an existing website, they often will purchase the existing host site as well since the original owner may still be obligated to continue paying on it until the end of their contract with the host provider. This is common in those "under new management" situations where the buyer has an understanding with the seller that they intend to continue the site pretty much as is. It worked out well for Tux Machines when Sue Linton sold her popular FOSS news site to the owners of TechRights.

I would just like to point out that since this thread was created, I had been hosting FreewareBB up until few days ago gratis. The new owner is not hosting on, nor do they have access to our servers.

I can confirm fully that the site has transferred ownership and the previous owner (marko) believed he was passing it on to a good new owner.

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Hello everyone! I just joined the forum and wanted to quickly add on to this thread.

I'm Christopher, a young(ish) software developer in my professional life and in my free time I run a couple of web sites largely coded from the ground up (one dedicated to freeware and cool shareware stuff).

I look forward to joining in some of the discussions here!

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