Hello, friend. I would not necessarily think that Malwarebytes would block every GoDaddy domain. Even MysteryFCM can agree to that. However, GoDaddy has been known for bad customer reports, and does not "pre-screen" domains beforehand. What bothers me about GoDaddy is that they verify their own site. They provide their own certificates, and are a TRUSTe (2) seal holder as well. The big thing to note, though, is that they significantly miss the verification side. It does not make their company bad, but like other good companies, they have their issues. This is also not to say, that ALL of their domains are bad. Just a group of them. Many are under the same IP. Now the deal with GoDaddy hosted sites, and ad-based networking. Some websites, like the one you noted, seem to have ads on their page, and when the ad is blocked, the entire site is blocked. If it were me, I would make a suggestion to only block ads with bad IPs instead of the entire domain. Using a smarter technology, Malwarebytes will become a great ad-blocker using IP protection, as well. It is not so much this is a bad technology or good technology, what matters is how smart it works. It would be a great idea to point it out. Take a look here, and you will see the labeling and WhoIs data on that IP. It will be of great assistance to both of you. Thankfully, MysteryFCM has put together an amazing database, and does really well managing it. In fact, it would be good if he commented here on this topic, as well. Overall, I think it will be an advantageous technology and raise Malwarebytes up to the top-of-the-line technology. Many of the best malware experts work for Malwarebytes and I am glad to see this technology do so well.