After Demonoid was pulled down last week, domains previously belonging to the file-sharing site are now up for sale.
Demonoid was hosted within Ukraine and was taken offline after Colocall, one of Ukraine’s Internet service providers, seized the site’s data from servers.
Three of its domains, demonoid.me, demonoid.com, and demonoid.ph are available for purchase on domain marketplace, Sedo.
“Demonoid was a leading global player in digital music piracy, which acted as unfair competition to the more than 500 licensed digital music services that offer great value music to consumers, while respecting the rights of artists, songwriters and record companies,” Jeremy Banks, director of anti-piracy for the IFPI, said in a statement.
“The operation to close Demonoid was a great example of international co-operation to tackle a service that was facilitating the illegal distribution of music on a vast scale.”
Hacking group, Anonymous, has promised to take revenge on the Ukranian government for the closure of Demonoid.