Had someone with less than noble intentions bought the domain, they could have used it to harvest passwords and emails and other sensitive data from Windows PCs in companies where the IT department had used corp.com to set up their internal network. In fact, one of the reasons O’Conner decided to sell the address was because a lot of confused computers were consistently trying to share their data with the domain.     

“To help in keeping systems protected we encourage customers to practice safe security habits when planning for internal

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