* Domain was just taken down by the registrar because I registered it using a bogus address ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
@lanodan @jomo Let's Encrypt's blacklist started off with Alexa top 1000. That included too many "non-dangerous" domains but didn't include some "dangerous" ones outside the top 1000. They then handpicked domains out of the top 1000 and wildcarded the TLD for some international domains. That caused issues, especially with two and three letter domains that weren't owned by the banks they were blacklisted for. Now they include TLDs registered by the same corp, which is the best method IMO.