Namecheap Outage Map
Namecheap provides services on domain name registration, and offer for sale domain names that are registered to third parties (also known as aftermarket domain names). It is also a web hosting company.
Namecheap Most Affected LocationsOutage reports and issues in the past 15 days originated from:
|Tseung Kwan O, Sai Kung District||1|
|Šiaulių rajonas, Šiauliai County||1|
|West Jordan, UT||1|
|Santa Coloma de Gramenet, Catalunya||1|
|North Shields, England||1|
|Santiago, Región Metropolitana||1|
|Valdemoro, Comunidad de Madrid||1|
|Beroun, Středočeský kraj||1|
|Llandrindod Wells, Wales||1|
|Bogotá, Distrito Capital de Bogotá||1|
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Namecheap Issues ReportsLatest outage, problems and issue reports in social media:
@brandontoner This offers the true flexibility to HOST whatever services under ANY provider The names should simply be what you use to POINT to those services Last endorsement, Namecheap support is super responsive & has never let me down (so if you’re REALLY stuck, they can troubleshoot)
@brandontoner The worst part is, as a “technincal person”, I’m equally confused what they’re doing precisely whenever I use user-friendly features For someone like you, I’d just google a tutorial or 2 & just do manual overrides via “advanced DNS” which Namecheap is the most friendly about
@Namecheap Can you please take nekokittymiku.\xyz site down? They are mirroring my entire server
@monicaodhiambo Hi, I checked the stellar hosting plans on namecheap too, just researching a bunch of them. Any issues yet please?
@NamecheapCEO @Namecheap @teddy I hope in the future you give long time customers with no history of abuse the benefit of the doubt and and least try to contact them before taking such drastic/hostile actions based on a 3rd party’s recco, and give them a way to get support immediately instead of being in limbo
@PhishLabs Also now that finally Namecheap cares much about abuse, it would be great if the "experts" @PhishLabs wouldn't give them domains to take down that are "critical infrastructure"...
@nusratjafri @varungrover If you have access to your dns account (godaddy namecheap etc) i can have a look and could help you
@Namecheap @teddy I appreciate it! I have to say I’m disappointed as a long time customer that this can even happen. No warning, legit domain just suspended, have to hope and pray and turn to Twitter to try and get faster turnaround. I’m concerned about everything else we have on your platform 😞
@teddy @Namecheap suspended a domain we use for client infrastructure with out any contact other than to tell us it was suspended. No number to call for help, live chat people “aren’t authorized” to help. Waiting for a ticket reply to restore critical infrastructure. Seriously??
Seriously, Namecheap staff in the past days are caring much more about the things I send them for nuking than many companies caring about the problems of their customers that are paying big money for the services of those companies.
For the last 15 years, every time I pick a hosting provider, it soon gets acquired and the quality of service goes down the drain. It happened to me three times already with TextDrive, Site5, WebFaction. I'm moving to @Namecheap now so feel warned if you're their customer 😈
@Namecheap @ShitUserStory You can’t just screenshot this and let your internal staff know it? How would your team possibly “help” me with this captcha gate, grant me special access to your site magically? And if tons of users already have that problem how would my contacting your team on twitter help?
@ShitUserStory Cot damn it I’m considering dropping Namecheap because of this. Ridiculous amounts of time spent on multiple captcha tests each time i open a page
@GlennPegden @Namecheap We did too, but that time they deserved it. Hopefully after this week, never will have to again...
@actuallyasriel @SamNChiet My domain isn't hecked and thats hosted on namecheap shared hosting. Don't know if its a non-shared hosting issue or specifically that one domain though, but inclined to assume its just that one domain...