Can a top level domain provider close their business? [duplicate]

If I buy one of those weird top level domains, like, or, etc, I understand that there is a private company owning each of them, which save the records and redirect using their own servers. (obligated to ICANN)

Question is, if this company closed, or go out of business, or just decide they don’t want to provide service anymore, what happens to all the websites with this extension?

In other words, is it safe to buy one of those top level domains? also, can it reduce speed if they don’t operate well enough?

Selling B2B gaming provider – 3 months 37,591.97‬$ – this month revenue of 11,429.42$.

I am putting up for offer a casino gaming provider business, with references, clients.

Either selling it off as a whole or preferably I am looking for a business partner, that has expertise in running extensive complex product that can help me to scale up this insane biz.

Currently I have freelancers on a need-to basis to provide my client's needs.

Base deployment software I offer consist of 41,000 files within 4,000 folders. to check page to forward discreetly to main…

Selling B2B gaming provider – 3 months 37,591.97‬$ – this month revenue of 11,429.42$ .

For an email signature, what is the “ideal” CDN image hosting provider? [closed]

Email signatures typically have an image of a logo or a profile picture. My question is, what is your recommended image hosting URL/service? Are some URL’s trusted over others?

I am not sure where to host these images hence the question.

I guess some ISP’s and email clients determine the "trustworthiness" of an image URL?

All experience greatly appreciated!

Find WordPress sites hosted by specific hosting provider

I’m looking to potentially upgrade my WordPress hosting to improve performance. I’ve read through How to find web hosting that meets my requirements?. However, before moving my site to a new provider, I’d like to "test" the hosts’ performance prior to signing up.

I know that it’s possible to lookup who hosts a particular domain, but are there any tricks to doing this in reverse? I.e., is it possible to look up what domains are using WordPress hosted by a particular hosting provider?

VPN provider asks to install RootCertificate. How is it safe?

I want to use VPN provider (ProtonVPN), and don’t want to use an app. They ask user to install their Root Ca. How safe is it? What type of info could they get from my laptop? If I have their certificate installed, does that means they can see and get all info from my browser, including passwords and https sites? And what about other non browser traffic? How safe is it? What are the risks?

Is possible to implement a Web Cryptography API custom provider?

I’m reading some basic info about Web Cryptography API and I’m wondering if is possible to implement some crypto provider (C/C++ library or something) with some extra algorithms or is mandatory to use the ones “embedded” with the web browser. I have finded articles about the security and tutorials about how to use it but nothing about custom implementation. I don’t know if it uses Operating System libraries or only web browser libraries, if should be used “as is”… Some reference or clarification is appreciated.

What kind of data can be monitored/intercepted/altered by the VPN service provider?

As you may know, Virtual Private Network or VPN is a system to create an encrypted tunnel between two computers on the internet, on one end is the VPN client, and on the other end is the VPN server. Everything the client does on the internet can be monitored by the VPN server, which will otherwise be monitored by the ISP and/or the government.

The question is, what kind of data can a VPN server log or monitor? Can the VPN service provider monitor or intercept the full length of the transmitted data, or are they able to do so for some part of it? Also, can they alter and re-transmit the data as it passes through the VPN server?

This question came to my mind after reading some articles warning about VPNs that log and sell user data to third parties. How do I know that the provider isn’t doing such thing?