Loser.com Now Forwards to Vladimir Putin Wikipedia Page

Loser.com is an infamous domain name that has been used many times for forwarding. In the past, Loser.com has forwarded to Donald Trump’s Wikipedia page, Kanye West’s Wikipedia page, a Republican Voters Against Trump video, and quite a few other websites and landing pages over the years.

It looks like there’s a new redirect on Loser.com. If you visit Loser.com, you will land on the Wikipedia page for Russia President Vladimir Putin. I am not sure how long Loser.com has been redirecting to this Wikipedia page, but I presume it was recently done in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

Loser.com is one of the most infamous domain names. So much so, it has its own Wikipedia page chronicling its’ history and usage over the years. Loser.com is registered under Whois privacy, so I do not know the current registrant behind the forwarding.

Elliot Silver
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