The world’s largest and trusted domain registrar Godaddy may have been hacked. Its not really a good thing for this to happen but currently you cannot access the official Godaddy website.
Godaddy redirects to spammy sites a sign the world largest domain provider is under attack by hackers. When this would be resolved is yet unknown.
Adam Warner confirmed this on a commentary stating that there is uncovering of redirection on their website thus he provided a possible godaddy link that can be helpful as they work hard in fixing the Godaddy.com redirection issue.
According his statement it reads:-
One important note – if anyone is having trouble getting to the registration page, please use this link: http://events.godaddy.com/expand We uncovered a redirect issue which is currently being fixed.
The world’s largest domain registrar, GoDaddy, with 19 million customers, has disclosed a data breach impacting web hosting account credentials.
With more than 19 million customers, 77 million domains managed, and millions of websites hosted, most everyone has heard of GoDaddy. According to Bleeping Computer, which broke the news yesterday evening, an as yet unknown number of customers have been informed that their web hosting account credentials had been compromised.