Glad we were able to be of some help to the community.
To legitimate web-admins registered via EstDomains...
(in order to avoid any possible future misconceptions):
From what we all read over in WashingtonPost,
Directi suspended 21.000 sites at once in less than 2 days.
Ie.it pretty much appears like they've chosen to take down at once,
every single site where there had been some kind of suspicious activity reported.
This action certainly cuts off most of the crap at once,
and is obviously more than welcomed from a security perspective.
But that's just up to the registrar's choice...no member around here ever claimed,
that all of the malware-connected sites identified here through time should be taken offline "in blind".
To EstDomains representatives:
Hopefully the data we've supplied will be examined in detail,
so that both legitimate admins get notified and clean up their 'hijacked' webpages from nasties,
and obviously,for the directly malware-involved domains to be suspended.