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Domain name hacks (also referred to as domain hacks) are domain names that use the TLD to complete the word or phrase of the domain name.

One of the most famous domain name hacks was del.icio.us, which later determined that domain name hacks are often times difficult for customers to remember so they bought delicious.com.

In this context, the hack represents a trick (as in programming), not an exploit or break-in (as in security).

Some domain name hacks that were for sale in October, 2013 on DNX.com include:

  • Cruis.es
  • Puzzl.es
  • Priz.es
  • Hous.es
  • Websit.es
  • Sunglass.es
  • Properti.es
  • Hom.es
  • Colleg.es
  • Cours.es
  • InsuranceQuot.es
  • Updat.es
  • Archiv.es

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