So... I have found a CP site that is a subdomain of an existing domain. The
main domain (www.domain.com) has nothing to do with CP. It's a site for
novice writers so they can post their works.
Making a whois of the domain returns me a company from Texas, USA. As far as
I know, it's hardly impossible that a subdomain exists without knowledge of
the owner of the domain (I know, they can hack the access to the control
panel for the domain but then you would notice that either your password
doesn't work or that a new subdomain exists) so I tend to believe that the
owner of that domain is somehow involved in the CP site.
If I trace the subdomain down, it ends in Taipei, Taiwan (resolving to
211.22.xxx.xxx) while if I trace the main domain it ends in Washington DC,
USA (resolving to 66.36.xxx.xxx)
Any idea how should I proceed?
PS: If you don't know what CP stands for, don't ask. Simply ignore this
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