Three letter domain names are among those stolen.
Mrs. Jello, LLC, the company founded by the late domain investor Igal Lichtman, has filed suit to recover domain names that were allegedly stolen from its eNom account.
The lawsuit (pdf) claims that the following domains were stolen:
ifz.com, jogs.com, jojo.com, lute.com, mica.com, sack.com, hxx.com, iaf.com, khk.com, lej.com, smf.com, viw.com, wwnm.com, xvs.com, zdu.com, jacy.com, hfj.org and x.tv.
Several of the domain names are currently listed for sale, so domain investors should be wary of purchasing any domains on this list.
The lawsuit states that Mrs. Jello believes the domain names were stolen after the perpetrator used a keylogger. (PSA: eNom now offers two-factor authentication, which makes it more difficult for people to steal domains even if they get your username and password.)
Mrs. Jello LLC estimates the domains are worth over $875,000.