♣♣ Premium Expired Web 2.0 Accounts ♣♣ (High TF, CF, DA, PA, EB, RD – Perfect For Tier 1 Backlinks)

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Premium Expired Web 2.0 Accounts

1. Expired Twitter Accounts
2. Expired Tumblr Blogs
3. Expired Weebly Blogs

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GSA SER is great for lower tier backlinking, but for tier 1 you need cleaner, more powerful links at your disposable. Private blog networks (PBNs) are ideal for tier 1, but the classic PBN can become pricey between registering the domains, hosting, and maintainence. However, creating a web 2.0 PBN is much easier and affordable. The combination of a web 2.0 PBN and the lower tier backlinking of GSA SER can really boost your SEO rankings.

Majority of the web 2.0 sites carry a high domain authority (DA) right off the bat. Over time, a lot of existing web 2.0 domains become expired or deleted by the previous owner. These expired web 2.0 domains can be re-registered right away (most of the time). As with any expired domain, these expired web 2.0 accounts still carry the original link juice and metrics, making them ideal to add to your arsenal for higher tier backlinking.

In search of more variety and a cheaper solution for tier 1 backlinks, I built a system that scrapes and filters powerful expired web 2.0 accounts. The blogs are double checked for availability and then queried against both Majestic and Moz.

Most of time, on places like Fiverr, people are selling expired web 2.0 accounts in bulk based on page authority (PA) alone. Having a high PA for web 2.0 properties is very common. Web 2.0s page authority is handled differently than a regular domain name. The web 2.0s usually have a minimum PA. For example, an expired Twitter account always starts off with a PA of 1. Once backlinks are built to the account, the PA jumps up to 45. There is no Twitter account with a PA in between 1 and 45. So 45 is the minimum PA for Twitter. A Twitter account with a PA of 45 may still not carry enough authority.

When filtering these expired web 2.0 blogs, I made sure to take other metrics into consideration to filter the best from the rest. A high PA is a good indicator, but doesn’t tell the whole story. Domain authority (DA), page authority (PA), and MozRank (MR) are all recorded from Moz. Trust flow (TF), citation flow (CF), external backlinks (EB), and referring domains (RD) are pulled from Majestic.

The combination of these two backlinking services helps to filter out the powerhouses from the rest. Based on these 6 metrics, each expired web 2.0 domain is priced. Expired web 2.0 accounts are currently a l

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Here are the current list of web 2.0 accounts available:

1. Expired Twitter Accounts
2. Expired Tumblr Blogs
3. Expired Weebly Blogs

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Additional Info

  • Accounts are sent to your email address immediately after purchase
  • Accounts must be registered after purchase
  • Account’s availability and metrics are rechecked once every 24 hours
  • Accounts are not spam checked
  • Topics are not recorded currently
  • Please register the accounts right away. If the account(s) are taken, they will be replaced with an account with similiar or better 

Is it possible to export an expired GPG subkey’s public key without signatures?

Based on Is it possible to export a GPG subkey's public component? I got familiar with:

gpg --keyid-format long --with-fingerprint --list-key {e-mail} gpg --export --armor --output public-key.asc 633DBBC0! # for ssb1 

and

gpg --export-options export-minimal {key-id} 

I also found the following which I added to my gpg.conf.

list-options show-unusable-subkeys 

In the context of a Yubikey, I sometimes need to transfer public key components to a new key ring on a new system in order to decrypt an old file. For some reason gpg --card-status is not enough to get the ball rolling. Gpg will keep reporting that no key exist to decrypt the file. After importing the public key component, it works. I read somewhere on Stack that "the yubikey has not enough data on it to recontruct the public key component." (Might add source later).

However, I don’t want to export all old subkeys (hence keyid!), only a select few and I don’t want to export any signatures (hence export-minimal).

So this is what I tried, but did not result in a desired result:

gpg --armor --export --export-options export-minimal {subkeyid1}! {subkeyid2!} or gpg --armor --export --export-options export-minimal {subkeyid1}! gpg --armor --export --export-options export-minimal {subkeyid2}! 

If I pick one {subkeyx}!, the output is the same. The combination of export-minimal and pointing to a subkey is not working as far as I can tell. I don’t know of any switch I can put in front of keyid, do you?

Then I tried the following and merged them later:

gpg --armor --export --output file1.asc {subkeyid1}! gpg --armor --export --output file2.asc {subkeyid2}! 

But these public key components contain unwanted signatures (and their primary key public part and uid which is acceptable).

I used gpg --armor --export {subkeyid2}! | gpg for reading the output. If I do this with unexpired subkeys, I get an expected result of keys, but if I do this with expired subkeys, the subkey is not listed.

The question: So, how do I export two expired subkeys’s public key components without any signatures?


(Sidenote; meta question; alternative route):

gpg --card-status delivers:

[...] General key info..: sub {rsaX/eccX}/{keyid} {date} {name} {address} sec# {rsaX/eccX}/{keyid} {created date} {expires date} [...] ssb> {rsaX/eccX}/{subkeyid1} {created date} {expires date} card-no: {nr} ssb> {rsaX/eccX}/{subkeyid2} {created date} {expires date} card-no: {nr} 

And as we now from gpg -k and gpg -K. ‘sub’ means public subkey; ‘ssb’ means private subkey and the ‘>’ indicator means material is on smartcard. So this all seems to confirm the public material is not on the card.

My internet domain expired because the website owner died [closed]

I purchased a domain name that I was intending to use. I paid for its renewal twice. However, I just found out that the owner of the webspace (flockhosting.com) died – cancer – and he was apparently too sick to get around to renewing.

I try now to renew the domain through someone else, but I am repeatedly told that the domain name is taken. I think Chuck originally was sending the domains to someone else for renewal.

How long will it be before the domain expires, and then can be reused? The domain is mine.

A lot of my windows drivers have expired dates for the certificate, and some are not even signed, is this normal? [migrated]

I just gathered all the drivers in my system32/drivers folder and checked their certificate (my windows is updated and its a windows 10 x64)

But i found that so many of them have expired certificate! and some are not even signed! (pictures included)

so my questions are :

  1. Is this normal? if not, what should i do? and if not, then why are the expiration date expired?

  2. How are these drivers are able to get loaded when they have no certificate or its expired? my system is W10 x64 with secure boot enabled, i thought you can only load signed drivers with valid certificates?

  3. What is the role of these countersignatures put in simply? i tried reading MSDN and other websites but couldn’t understand whats the need of this?

here are some examples

WindowsTrustedRTProxy.sys (countersignature is also expired) :

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winusb.sys (no certificate) :

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Expired domain finder

I need help for the expired domain finder? I want to search a expired domain in Forbes wih the topic casino.. Is this the right way to add the URL from google in the  Edit load section? I try but does not work probartly. Any Suggestions?

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Recover posts and pages from expired domain (no xml x-port pre expiration)

Hey guys! Quick question, what is the easiest way to recover posts and pages from an old wordpress site? I have the database files, the wordpress site files captured pre-expiration, but the client did not export the XML to import into the new site pre-expiration. Do I just pull the specific tables in database and transmute to new? These files are from an old php version as well.

SQL Server evaluation period has expired

OS: Windows 10 Enterprise 64bit

SQL Server: Microsoft SQL Server 2019 (RC1)

SQL Server Version: Developer Edition

I’m unable to start the SQL Server service due to the following error, “SQL Server evaluation period has expired”. What’s strange about this is I’m already using SQL Server Developer edition. Can anyone make sense of this?

Below are screenshots of the error and proof of my version.

Version:

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ERROR

SSCM:

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Event Viewer:

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Log File:

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I keep getting this notification from Bitdefender: chrome.exe attempted establish a connection relying on an expired certificate to logs.gettoby.com

Every two fucking minutes I get four notifications like this and it has been going on for two days. It’s driving me mad. Can anyone help me get rid of this? I don’t even own Toby, I didn’t even know what it was until this.

I also get a lot of this: chrome.exe attempted to establish a connection relying on an expired certificate to www.nottfo.com. We blocked the connection to keep your data safe since web pages must renew their certificates with a certification authority to stay current, and outdated security certificates represent a risk.

What even is Nottfo?