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.ZIP URLs (or, Why You Should Block Domains on a TLD That Doesn’t Have Any) | Blue Coat

Posted by jpluimers on 2020/04/17

Reminder to self:

Some 5 years after the .zip top-level domain got live, I wonder if there are any domains in it.

Currently, it screws up non-quoted searches in browsers like Chrome, so I wonder if  this still holds: .ZIP URLs (or, Why You Should Block Domains on a TLD That Doesn’t Have Any) | Blue Coat

When writing this, there was one domain (nic.zip) and two registrars.

–jeroen

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