Registrar's database said to have exposed data

Monday, 10 April 2006, 12:22 AM EST

A database problem with a U.S. domain name registrar exposed sensitive financial and personal information relating to thousands of domain name registrations, a Dutch company said Friday.

DiscountDomainRegistry.com, of New York, fixed the problem shortly after being notified Thursday, said Nico Vandendries, CEO of Strongwood, a private investigation company based in the Netherlands.

At Network World.

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