Godaddy domain name price dropped by more than 10 percent due to a “security breach”
Godaddy is a US-based online hosting company, and has a strong presence in Europe.
A new breach has raised concerns about the company’s security, and it’s worth remembering that the company is one of the most valuable domains in the world, with a value of $2.2 billion.
Now, the company has announced a price cut of $100 per domain.
The company said it was investigating the security breach and that it is currently working with law enforcement agencies in the United States, France, the United Kingdom and Ireland.
A spokeswoman told The Verge that it did not immediately respond to questions about whether the domain name had been hacked, and if it was affected by the breach.
However, it said the company was working with the hosting provider’s IT team to investigate and had contacted customers affected by this breach.
The domain name that has now been affected by a breach, Godaddy.com, was bought for $4.6 million in January.
This year, the domain value for the domain is around $1.5 billion.
It’s unclear how long the domain has been down for, but the company does not specify when it might have been restored.
In addition to the price reduction, Godapod.com has also been affected, and the domain now has a “restricted access” status.
This means that users who are on a list of people who are banned from the domain will be unable to visit it.
It is possible that Godapods domain will not be back up again for another few weeks, but we can’t guarantee.