Cloudflare is promoting porno sites using our domains

I have some domains with NS records forwarding to Cloudflare and I still have no time to add them in Cloudflare panel.

For example:
WHITECLICK.RU
THISTEAM.RU

all of them are set to curt.ns.Cloudflare.com

And all of them redirects to porno sites. Thats what Cloudflare do with our domains…

This is not Cloudflare. You have malware on your site.

https://sitecheck.sucuri.net/results/whiteclick.ru

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I don’t have any site. I even don’t have this sites in my Cloudflare panel.

I only created the domain and add NS curt.ns.Cloudflare.com

That’s all

Both domains resolve to a 185 IP address which apparently hosts the content in question or redirects to it.

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I know. So question. Who set this records there?

Likely you when you added the domains and imported their records.

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I didn’t do it for sure. There are about 10 domains with this problem… And I set Cloudflare dns when I’ve registered it. And I also never added them to Cloudflare panel…

So i physically don’t have place where I could set the A records…

So how are they on Cloudflare in the first place?

These are your domains, right?

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  1. I’ve registered new domain
  2. I’ve set for new domains NS record pointing to Cloudflare DNS server (I’ve done it while registering process)

That’s all. I didn’t have time to add those domains to Cloudflare panel…

So may be Domain Register company did it, may be Cloudflare. Now we can not check it for sure.

Anyway, now I’m adding thouse domains to Cloudflare panel and deleting those records…

I’m pretty sure now, that Registrant Company did it, not Cloudflare.

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Hi @regibox, you can scan this post for background, Redirecting to torrent site, but always best to add the site to Cloudflare and then set name servers.

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