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Domain names are registered to your user account on the registrar website. So the only way to get permanent access to a given registered domain is to either: take ownership of the user account (stealing credentials) transferring the domain to another account Now that second part is usually locked when you create your domain, and you need to take active ...


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To protect your own communication with the internet against sniffing by other on the same local network you can use a VPN, i.e. the typical VPN for private use which starts the VPN connection at the local system and has the VPN exit somewhere on the internet, outside of the reach of the other users of the same router and of your ISP. Protecting yourself ...


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