Neculiţî Ivan

A.k.a. Иван Некулицы, Largo Youling
Hacker, Operative, Sysadmin / Male /

Neculiţî Ivan is a Hacker and Operative and Sysadmin who is a citizen of Russia, and has been associated with the following entities as either a significant contributor, participant, promoter, or beneficiary, according to our OSINT research:

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Google Analytics: UA-139984139

Google Analytics (2): UA-148753655

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Иван Некуличчи Некулицы Largo Youling владелец 2 хостингов мошенник.

День рождения 10 июня 1992,1993 год

Номер +373 69 128 397

Societatea cu Răspundere Limitată PQ HOSTING

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“PQ Hosting” S.R.L
Moldova, Chisinau, str. Nicolae Dimo 23/3 ap.32
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IDNO: 1019600004328
IBAN: MD04VI022241700000613MDL
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tons of abuse complaints, changing countries/locations… secret ownership, shady billing complaints

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One response to “Neculiţî Ivan”

  1. Jesse Nickles says:

    Ivan is the very shady owner of PQ Hosting… it is a huge RED FLAG when a web hosting company refuses to share information about their owners and founders, and in this case it appears to be because Ivan is running all kinds of highly illegal websites.

    I verified phishing emails (pretending to be lawyers / debt collectors) were being sent from his hosting servers. This is not necessarily his fault, but looking at the track record of his hosting and Russian language websites he appears to have also been in the business of illegal online casinos previously, and was also accused of hosting underage porn content.

    I can’t verify either of those claims, but I can confirm PQ Hosting is extremely secretive (registered in Moldova instead of Russia, despite their DNS servers being located in Moscow).

    Update 2022:

    This page assisted security companies in tying Ivan directly to a major VMware attack:

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