InArchive.com - scam site
WARNING, WARNING, WARNING

InArchive.com illegally copies sites/forums word by word. This for one purpose only and that is just in order to get traffic from search engines. A SEO trick, Internet search manipulation, where InArchive.com manipulate Google search results.

As far as I know this is by far the most extensive copying of sites in the history of Internet.

The Riga based (Baltikum) site InArchive.com automatically copies sites without permission, and disturbs the search results in Google, as well as other search engines, in a drastic way.

InArchive.com has no contact information on their scam site (obviously they don't want to be contacted).

There is no way of removing the copied/stolen/plagiarized content at InArchive.com. There is a link for this on the site, but they put up impossible/unreasonable conditions for removing the copied content at their site, and might not follow requests.

Other scam sites (marketed as "Regional SEO friendly catalogs & archives");
  1. archive-se.com - Catalog and archive of web sites: "Sweden"
  2. archive-de.com - Directory and archive of web sites: "Germany"
  3. web-archive-uk.com - Directory and archive of web sites: "United Kingdom"
  4. archive-ie.com - Directory and archive of web sites: "Ireland"
  5. vector.me - Vector Images ("Partner")

InArchive.com steals the content of your web site!

InArchive.com, which is stealing your copyrighted content, has about 200 000 unique visitors every month, and rising! This with the help of only stolen material. Just a few lines are written by the owners of this site. In other words, the original sites - with the original material - have lost more than 200 000 visitors/month (and will loose a lot more as time goes by, if nothing is done).

Second most visitors to InArchive.com is from Sweden.

98,96% of the visitors is thru Google.

InArchive.com (created 6 Feb 2008) started copying sites in November 2010, but it was not until in March 2012 when they achieved high places in the search engines results.


SUMMARY

The purpose

I have asked InArchive.com 5 times what they expect to gain from the archive, but it's impossible to get any answer. They try to avoid the question in every way they can. This is clear proof of that InArchive.com isn't what they wish to appear to be.

In what way is the people behind InArchive.com making money and where will they see themselves making money from the archive in the future? Where do they want their income to come from regarding this archive?

InArchive.com is not creating the archive just for fun or because they have nothing else to do. They're not working for the government or in a non-profit organization or research project. The archive is an obvious business idea, but they can not produce an answer for why they're creating the archive. They can not give the real reason; that they create the archive from other peoples hard work in order to attract the search engines to their own sites (which is a lot).

The only reason InArchive gives in questions about this is that the archive is a backup for site owners. But what the use is supposed to be for others is not the question here. What's in it for the people behind the site?

The site

InArchive.com has been active for about three years but still their very simple web site contains nothing apart from the stolen material. Their FAQ is minimal, no contact info, bad design, etc. This also shows that InArchive.com only cares about the data they steal from others. The more data, the more hits they will get from the search engines and the more money they can make on their other web sites.

Legal matters

InArchive copies your web site without even asking or getting permission for this.

InArchive.com added rules in their FAQ for their site where they write that they will respect "publicity right, privacy right, copyright". But InArchive.com copies all material they can get a hold of and never ever care about if it's copyrighted.

I've asked InArchive.com about their view on taking other peoples material and use for their own personal benefit. But InArchive.com avoid all legal questions in any way they can.

InArchive.com has no answer whatsoever for any of the basic questions;
  • Why don't you respect the copyright (on pages and in code)?
  • What gives you the right to decide what to publish from other site owners (copyrighted) information?
  • By what right do you archive - AND REPUBLISH !!! - other peoples material, for everyone to see all over the world?
  • Haven't you even bothered to consider what is legal and what's not?
InArchive.com seem to think that just because the information is there and visible, they're free to steal the material and use it for their own personal benefit.

Googles cache
InArchive makes a ridiculous comparison between Googles cache and InArchive.

Google cache is just cached for a very limited time, in the opposite to InArchive. InArchive.com wants to compare InArchives storage for many years to come (10 years or above, they can't give any time limit) of other peoples hard work for personal benefit, that only creates problems for the creator and owner of the original work, with some search engines temporary and non-searchable cache for a completely different purpose.

Freezepage.com
InArchive.com also claim that what they do is nothing different from the site freezepage.com, in spite of the obvious fact that there is nothing similar between InArchive.com and freezepage.com.

Archive.org - waybackmachine
In a way to justify that they steal other site owners, companies and organizations material InArchive.com wants to compare themselves with archive.org, but;
  1. What archive.org does is different in many important ways.
  2. You can not do something illegal just because somebody else does it.
There are many, many differences between archive.org and InArchive.com, but one of the most important differences here is that the copied info in archive.org isn't searchable in search engines in the way it is in InArchive.com. In other words, archive.org doesn't disturb the search results from the search engines.

InArchive.com doesn't want to comment on what I write them about this;
  • Just because somebody is breaking the laws it doesn't mean that it's free for you or anyone else to break the laws.
  • If you see somebody who steals a car you just can't do the same and justify this with that there are others who also steal cars.
InArchive.com wants to compare themselves with the site archive.org, but InArchive.com can't explain why they want to do the same thing as another site is already doing. Also, what InArchive.com is doing is drastically worse in every possible way. So InArchive is not only copying other sites, they're also copying the concept of archive.org, but InArchive.com is just making a very bad version of archive.org (since InArchive.com don't care about anything else than moving the traffic to other sites towards InArchive.com's own sites).

Robots.txt
The only reply InArchive.com gives on questions about their right to steal other's material is that it now (after they've talked to me and a few years too late) added a function where it should be possible to block InArchive.com (might very well be a lie) from copying the site thru a server utility called "robots.txt".

But robots.txt has nothing to do with what's not allowed according to laws, general rules and regulations as well as ethics. Robots.txt is just a possibility for a site owner to block access for certain robots that the site owner is aware exists.

Also nobody knows if InArchive.com really follow the rules given in robots.txt. There is no proof whatsoever that they do this or even that InArchive.com's bot is really named "inarchive.com" (general name) as they now all of a sudden claim.
  • What about all those site owners who;
    - still don't know that they need to block InArchive.com's spider?
    - don't know how to do this in robots.txt?
InArchive.com don't want to answer my question about this;
  • I can not rob a bank, and then claim that the bank had the possibility to stop me from robbing their bank, but they didn't, so then everything is ok. Right?
InArchive.com (the robber) goes to the bank (me) and steals the money (my material). Then InArchive.com (the robber) justify the theft by that the bank (me) should have had a better protection (like a robots.txt together with an impossible knowledge about all bots in the world).

I asked InArchive.com the following;
  • If you really reason as you claim you do, then it would be ok for you to block search engines from accessing all of the material you've copied from other site owners. Will you do that???
Here InArchive.com stopped replying. Up until this question InArchive.com said they welcomed my questions. But this was a too tough question for them since the answer ("no") would definitely, for everybody, reveal InArchive.com's hidden motive for their archive.

Bad bots / Spambots - 173.199.115.163 Choopa.net ahrefs.com


Practical use?

InArchive.com can't give me any other reason for creating their archive other than that it can be used as some kind of backup for site owners. There is no research purpose or anything else, just backup.

However;
  • Every site owner has a backup themselves of what they find useful having a backup for.

  • InArchive.com copies a site maybe once in a lifetime, or a few times at the most.

  • InArchive.com only archive some web pages at each site (even if it can be a large percentage).
InArchive.com can not give any answer to the following questions;
  • Who wants to see what a certain web page showed exactly at the time it was read by InArchives bot, for example one year, 3 months, 2 days, 4 hours, 32 minutes and 12 seconds ago?
  • What if I want to see the different content on the page 43 seconds later?
  • What is the use - for anyone not related to InArchive.com - of a random backup at a random time from random content, which is only (in most cases) text (which also is hard to read), as in InArchive.com?
  • What about all other pages, that isn't archived at the site?
  • How is it possible to understand the meaning of a text where parts of the context is missing (even related images)... how useful is that?

  • There isn't even any search function in the archive!!!
    You can only search for domain names (however not a specific domain) and when the list of domain names gets too big, you can only see the first domains in the list, no matter how many other hits there are.
    If you'd like to search on for example "bostad Stockholm" it just isn't possible. So there is no way of finding anything in the archive (in the opposite to for example archive.org which has an advanced search function). How can it then be called an archive?

    InArchive.com has, after reading this page and in order to complicate it for you to find what they've archived, even taken away the possibillity to search for domains!!! The only way for you now to see what inArchive.com has in the archive is to go thru Google. Due to the information on this page Inarchive.com also blocked their index so it's only possible to see the first page of the list of domains for each letter of the alphabet.
Many domains can't be found in InArchive.com but they're there, for example;
inarchive.com/se/v/varbergsposten.se/607881/2011-11-25-description/ - 371 pages.

When glancing thru different archived sites at InArchive.com it becomes obvious that a lot of the copied material is nothing else but garbage. A collection of words with no meaning whatsoever.
What's the use of this for anyone else than the people behind InArchive.com?

There is no processing of the material archived by Inarchive.com in order to make it easier to read or find, it's just presented as it is read without any effort of making it easy to read (since the search engines don't care about this).

Most of the links in the archive leads to empty pages, without any content at all!
How useful is an archive like that?

I haven't seen many pages archived at InArchive.com where the images are archived with the text.
In the pages I've seen, InArchive.com doesn't archive the code/scrips either.
  • What about images, videos, sounds, word/excel files, etc?
For example PDF files is not stored at InArchive.com (generates the error message "This link is not archived, because page administrators not allow to do it, or info in link are the same as in similar links, or it is not supported by our system rules.")
The real reason for this is that InArchive only cares about the text for the search engines.

Every site has information that is changed and replaced by something better/more correct from time to time. And there are many occasions for each site where they don't want some old information disclosed. But InArchive.com don't hesitate to override the site owners will. The inevitable result will be that the value of the information on Internet decreases. Also many who searches for information will get confused and desinformed.
  • What about those site owners who don't want some specific old information to be shown - for many different reasons -, but which InArchive.com publish for many years to come, without even the site owners knowledge?
    When and if they discover it, it can be too late - and probably will be.

Additional info about InArchive.com

Who needs InArchive.com and for what?
InArchive.com doesn't just copy material from specific sources with valuable, interesting information, for example the government's web pages, and InArchive doesn't copy material just concerning certain subjects. There is no plan in what sites to be copied and InArchive doesn't copy any specific types of sites. It's just random copies of random sites.

InArchive.com usually doesn't copy whole sites, just random parts of them.

InArchive can't say for how long period of time they will keep the stolen material.

InArchive.com mentioned that the copies should be kept for maybe 5-10 years or more. If the time period was 50-100 years (or more) maybe there would be any use for it. For researchers. As it is now, the copies just don't serve any purpose for anyone outside InArchive.com.

InArchive.com doesn't copy each site regularly. Some sites (or all?) are only copied once in a lifetime. As an example InArchive has made one copy of the newspaper "DN" and that was done 2011-07-14. After that nothing has been copied.

InArchive.com copy just any crap out there, and don't care about the importance of the information.

InArchive.com then republish the web pages, usually in a way that makes it more or less unreadable. They don't care how it looks, since the only thing that's important for InArchive.com is to have the words and texts that attracts the search engines, in order to trick and manipulate the search engines.

InArchive.com's main purpose, and seemingly only purpose according to them, - which they come back to all the time - is for site owners to use InArchive as a backup. That's as meaningless as anything can be.

Just from these facts it's clear that there are no advantages with InArchive.com, except for the people themselves who are involved with InArchive.com.

Who gains from InArchive.com?
Only the people directly involved with creating the archive at InArchive.com will benefit from the copied material! InArchive.com would not do what they've done if there hadn't been any search engines.

InArchive is not just an archive, it's also a publishing system, and it's here where the people behind InArchive see a profit to be made. By manipulating the search engines to lead searches to InArchive.com instead of to the original sites with the relevant information. Winners are InArchive and loosers are everybody else.

When the popularity in the search engines increases InArchive.com get more visitors who click on their ads (as their common ads for casinos, online games, etc).
InArchive can also use the site InArchive.com, in various ways, to increase traffic to all the other sites that they have where they sell different products and services (like hosting, servers, web development/design, etc).


Nobody else but InArchive.com will gain from the archive. Ever!

What are the disadvantages with InArchive.com?
There are several disadvantages with InArchive.com. There is especially one very big disadvantage; the search results in the search engines gets distorted. Instead of that searches leads to the original site with the original & relevant information (that is up to date), the search engines points to InArchive.com.

But there are other important disadvantages with the archive. For example that the site owner is no longer in control of what information to be displayed. A lot of irrelevant information will be out there and confuse everybody. The users of the search engines will get less useful and reliable search results.

Even the search engines will be affected since they not only will have to index a lot more material (uses more resources and results in less time for real sites with valuable & relevant information) that also is irrelevant/duplicates/not updated. The search engines will also produce less reliable results. Users of search engines will be less content with the search engines that don't block sites like InArchive.com.

Permission
The reason for why InArchive.com don't ask for permission from the site owners to copy their material is that InArchive.com knows that very few or none would let InArchive.com copy their sites if they only knew what was going on. It would be like asking the bank if it was ok to rob them.

 

Detailed information (complete mail conversation with InArchive.com)
InArchive.com, hijacks your web site!!! - Warning



InArchive.com writes;
"Q: Do you archive all sites, files?

A: No. We consider robots.txt files. If there are forbidden content - we do not archive. Also we do not archive large files. And do not index sites with illegal content (by our opinion). Or, if found by our system illegal content later - than remove that.
"
But they will not tell you how to block InArchive.com in robots.txt!
Inarchive.com keeps the name of their search spider and its IP a secret.
In this way they make it impossible for everyone to block out their search spider!
So, what InArchive.com writes here is an obvious lie just to make it look legitimate!



InArchive.com writes;
"Remove my site from inArchive.com.
Note - contact data should be the same as Whois data for
domain - let we can make sure changes asked by domain owner.
If different data (name, e-mail etc) provided - we will ignore such
request, and will not send even approvement request.
"
There's no logic in this. If email and name is registered, then everybody also can give the email and name that they can see just as well as InArchive.com. So it seems like what InArchive.com writes is nothing else than a scam.
They want your email and name, in order to collect email-addresses to spam?
InArchive.com require of you to give out your email in the domain registration as well as to them, but InArchive.com don't want to reveal their own email on their site, or even in Whois.

First InArchive copies your site without even asking or getting permission for this, then if/when you discover it you will have to request them to take away the copied content (which they might not do anyway), and only if you give out your email and name! And only if this information matches what is registered and can be seen by everyone in Whois (where you might not want this information to be seen!).


After InArchive.com has your web site name and info, your name as the one responsible at the site, your email and your IP, what do you think this dodgy organization will use this for?

Administrative & Technical Contact: Liepa, Sandra
Email for InArchive.com: inarchive@evolution.lv
Copyright.gov writes;
What is copyright?
Copyright is a form of protection grounded in the U.S. Constitution and granted by law for original works of authorship fixed in a tangible medium of expression. Copyright covers both published and unpublished works.

What does copyright protect?
Copyright, a form of intellectual property law, protects original works of authorship including literary, dramatic, musical, and artistic works, such as poetry, novels, movies, songs, computer software, and architecture. Copyright does not protect facts, ideas, systems, or methods of operation, although it may protect the way these things are expressed. See Circular 1, Copyright Basics, section "What Works Are Protected."

How is a copyright different from a patent or a trademark?
Copyright protects original works of authorship, while a patent protects inventions or discoveries. Ideas and discoveries are not protected by the copyright law, although the way in which they are expressed may be. A trademark protects words, phrases, symbols, or designs identifying the source of the goods or services of one party and distinguishing them from those of others.

When is my work protected?
Your work is under copyright protection the moment it is created and fixed in a tangible form that it is perceptible either directly or with the aid of a machine or device.

Do I have to register with your office to be protected?
No. In general, registration is voluntary. Copyright exists from the moment the work is created.


PLEASE, HELP SPREAD THE INFO ABOUT INARCHIVE.COM !




InArchive.com must be shut down!

Report InArchive.com to Google and all other search engines as a scam site!

Today (2012-07-12) Google has indexed 22,700,000 pages from Inarchive.com!!!

Google and other search engines must remove the scam site InArchive.com completely from all search results in Google, etc.

REMOVING CONTENT FROM GOOGLE
What Google product does your request relate to?
- Google+

Please specify the nature of your request
- I have found content that may violate my copyright

Are you the copyright owner or authorized to act on their behalf?
- Yes, I am the copyright owner or am authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed

I have read the above and wish to proceed

What is the allegedly infringing work in question?
- Text (it might be pic's too, but you can only give one alternative)

use this form to submit your request. Note that you may be required to log in to a Google Account to submit your request.

In the form you fill in your name (first and last name), email where Google can contact you, and;

Country of residence
- Sweden (or wherever you are)

Your Copyrighted Work
1. Where can we see an authorized example of the work?
- Give a couple of URL's.
2. Indentify and describe the copyrighted work
- You can for example say that all of the text on each page is copyrighted.

Location of the allegedly infringing material
http://inarchive.com/...

I have a good faith belief that use of the copyrighted materials described above as allegedly infringing is not authorized by the copyright owner, its agent, or the law.
      Please check to confirm

The information in this notification is accurate and I swear, under penalty of perjury, that I am the copyright owner or am authorized to act on behalf of the owner of an exclusive right that is allegedly infringed.
      Please check to confirm


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Report web spam to Google
Webspam pages try to get better placement in Google's search results by using various tricks such as hidden text, doorway pages, cloaking, or sneaky redirects. These techniques attempt to compromise the quality of our results and degrade the search experience for everyone.

For more examples, see our Webmaster Guidelines. You can also block the site from your search results.

How to help Google identify web spam

Examples.
If a search is done in Google.se with the following search terms, InArchive.com will appear with its copied material on the first page of results;
- "egen whiskyetikett "
- "shoppingbuss örebro karlstad "
- "sannarpslägret 2009 "
- "toalettförhöjare på ben "
- "torstenssonsgatan eklund mäklare "
- "blå kustens slakteri ab eu bidrag "
- "montagearm jula "
- "specialpump för påfyllning jula "
- "heidi strandstol "
- "minimikrav för en patientbunden "
- "Helena Jaatinen Nilsson Haninge "
- "förvara gorån "
- "folkdräkt åse-viste västergötland "
- "helgdagslön gs "
- "vinnova volvo trucks bromsskivor "
- "täcklasyr 0502-y eller utevit "
- "Husvagnsklubb fjällvagnen "
- "playmobil dinosaurie värld "


Block the IP's for InArchive.com so they can't access your site!

The IP for InArchive.com is;
109.73.111.71 (109.73.111.0 - 109.73.111.255)

NetRange: 109.0.0.0 - 109.255.255.255
CIDR: 109.0.0.0/8

It might not do you any good since InArchive.com can work from other countries and domains, but at least it's a start. You can also block out all of Latvia, to be at least a little bit safer.

Also block this site's "partners in scam";

http://evolution.lv - solution@evolution.lv
    IP Address: 109.73.111.29
    IP Location: - Riga - Riga - Jsc Balticom
http://101.lv - 101@101.lv
    IP Address: 109.73.111.29
    IP Location: - Riga - Riga - Jsc Balticom
http://serveri.lv - serveri@evolution.lv
    IP Address: 109.73.111.34
    IP Location: - Riga - Riga - Jsc Balticom

http://www.gaming20.lv - online kazino Reklāma: Online kazino apskats un bonusi
    IP Address: 62.84.6.61
    IP Location: - Riga - Riga - Sia Izzi

and;

http://anype.com - Surf the net anonymously
    IP Address:109.73.111.29
    IP Location: - Riga - Riga - Jsc Balticom
http://whatismyipaddress4.com - Want to know - What is Your IP?
    IP Address:109.73.111.29
    IP Location: - Riga - Riga - Jsc Balticom

http://all-mail-archive.com - Submit Your Newsgroup to All Mail Archive
    IP Address:213.175.86.38
    IP Location: - Riga - Riga - Telia Latvija Sia

http://lyrics333.com - Find Music Lyrics
    IP Address:176.31.46.30
    IP Location: - United Kingdom - Ovh Systems
http://irishiradio.com - All Irish Internet Radio stations @ one site
    IP Address:149.255.103.90
    IP Location: - United Kingdom - Sean Mcrobbie Pe


There can be many, many other scam sites like InArchive.com in Latvia connected to eachother with the same owners (60 to 110 scam sites, or even more).

To be on the safe side also block;
188.92.75.82 Latvia
130.133.5.131 Germany, Freie Universitaet Berlin, Zentraleinrichtung fuer Datenverarbeitung (ZEDAT). A secret bot that goes thru and reads the whole site, page by page. It's impossible to say if this very persistant bot is connected to InArchive.com, but it probably isn't up to any good!

On the following site; http://cesis.rek.lv
you can find a few other sites connected to the scam site InArchive.com;
• Newest Music Charts charts333.com
• Download Latest Free Mp3 mcmp3.com
• Surf Web Anonymously For Free anonype.com
• Free Page Rank Checker pr333.com
• Find Out Your IP address location whatismyip4.com
• Mājas lapu uzturēšana, hostings 3dati.lv

More sites associated to the scam site InArchive.com:
• cau.lv/horde
• ekspresis.lv

MORE SCAM SITES - "Regional archives" (links removed)
web-archive-uk.com United Kingdom - Catalog and archive of web sites - scam
web-archive-it.com Italy - Catalog and archive of web sites - scam
archive-se.com Sweden - Catalog and archive of web sites - scam
archive-fr.com France - Catalog and archive of web sites - scam
archive-nl.com Netherlands - Catalog and archive of web sites - scam
archive-dk.com Denmark - Catalog and archive of web sites - scam
archive-ie.com Ireland - Catalog and archive of web sites - scam
archive-be.com Belgium - Catalog and archive of web sites - scam
archive-es.com Spain - Catalog and archive of web sites - scam
archive-at.com Austria - Catalog and archive of web sites - scam
archive-no.com Norway - Catalog and archive of web sites - scam
archive-us.com United States - Catalog and archive of web sites - scam
archive-ca.com Canada - Catalog and archive of web sites - scam
archive-au.com Australia - Catalog and archive of web sites - scam
archive-de.com Germany - Catalog and archive of web sites - scam
archive-cz.com Czech Republic - Catalog and archive of web sites - scam
archive-hu.com Hungary - Catalog and archive of web sites - scam
archive-fi.com Finland - Catalog and archive of web sites - scam
archive-ch.com Switzerland - Catalog and archive of web sites - scam
archive-pl.com Poland - Catalog and archive of web sites - scam

They must all be shut down !!!



So far InArchive.com only steal web content from;
- Belgium
- Germany
- France
- Ireland
- Latvia
- Norway
- Sweden
- .com (Generic top-level domain)
- .net (Generic top-level domain)
(plus United Kingdom, Italy, Netherlands, Denmark, Spain, Austria, USA, Canada, Australia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Finland, Switzerland, Poland, but not in as large amount)

In the beginning of year 2012 InArchive.com had more than 2 million pages of stolen material index in Google.

Most hits are from Latvia, Sweden and Germany (about 55%), since most of the stolen material comes from these countries.

But if they're not stopped they will ofcourse expand gradually stealing web site contents!

InArchive.com DOMAIN INFORMATION

Registrant:
SIA INFOPASAULE
Kaplavas 2b
Riga, Vidzeme LV4100
Latvia

Registered through: GoDaddy.com, Inc. (http://www.godaddy.com)
Domain Name: INARCHIVE.COM
Created on: 06-Feb-08
Expires on: 06-Feb-11
Last Updated on: 01-Feb-10

Administrative Contact:
Liepa, Rolands
SIA INFOPASAULE
Kaplavas 2b
Riga, Vidzeme LV4100
Latvia
+3716405577 Fax -- +3717336340

Technical Contact:
Liepa, Rolands
SIA INFOPASAULE
Kaplavas 2b
Riga, Vidzeme LV4100
Latvia
+3716405577 Fax -- +3717336340

Domain servers in listed order:
NS.SERVERI.LV
NS2.SERVERI.LV


Registrar:
GODADDY.COM, INC.
Whois Server: whois.godaddy.com
Referral URL: http://registrar.godaddy.com
Create Date: 2008-02-06 00:00:00
Update Date: 2010-02-01 00:00:00
Expire Date: 2011-02-06 00:00:00
Status: clientDeleteProhibited
Status: clientRenewProhibited
Status: clientTransferProhibited
Status: clientUpdateProhibited
Nameserver: ns.serveri.lv
Nameserver: ns2.serveri.lv


Registrant: Sandra Liepa

Registered through: GoDaddy.com, LLC (http://www.godaddy.com)
Domain Name: INARCHIVE.COM

Domain servers in listed order:
NS.SERVERI.LV
NS2.SERVERI.LV

For complete domain details go to:
http://who.godaddy.com/whoischeck.aspx?domain=INARCHIVE.COM


Domain information for inarchive.com
Resolve Host: balticom-73-111-71.balticom.lv (109.73.111.71)

IP Location: Latvia, Riga, Latvia (109.73.111.71)

Reverse IP: dedicated server




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Domain: evolution.lv
Status: active
Changed: 2006-05-22T15:44:25+03:00

[Holder]
Type: Legal person
Name: 3S datu centrs, SIA
Email: solution@evolution.lv
Phone: +371-9580567
Address: Straupes iela 3, Riga, LV-1073, Latvija
RegNr: 44103018929

[Tech]
Type: Natural person
Email: solution@evolution.lv
Phone: +371-9580567

[Nservers]
Nserver: ns2.serveri.lv
Nserver: ns.serveri.lv

[Whois]
Updated: 2012-05-11T11:12:28.921079+00:00



Domain: 101.lv
Status: active
Changed: 2007-03-15T15:42:48+02:00

[Holder]
Type: Legal person
Name: SIA 101
Email: rolands@evolution.lv
Phone: +371 26405577
Address: Kaplavas iela 2b, Riga, LV-1058, Latvija
RegNr: 40003906380

[Tech]
Type: Natural person
Email: rolands@evolution.lv
Phone: +371 26405577

[Nservers]
Nserver: ns2.serveri.lv
Nserver: ns.serveri.lv

[Whois]
Updated: 2012-05-11T11:12:28.921079+00:00



Domain: serveri.lv
Status: active
Changed: 2006-03-17T10:56:37+02:00

[Holder]
Type: Legal person
Name: 3S datu centrs, SIA
Email: rolands@evolution.lv
Phone: +371 26405577
Address: Straupes iela 3, Riga, LV-1073, Latvija
RegNr: 44103018929

[Tech]
Type: Natural person
Email: rolands@evolution.lv
Phone: +371 26405577

[Nservers]
Nserver: ns.serveri.lv
Nserver: ns2.serveri.lv

[Whois]
Updated: 2012-05-11T11:12:28.921079+00:00




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