Microsoft Leaked: SOCL their new platform

 Today i bumped on the website of Microsoft. When you go on the website you get a message where the Microsoft team says sorry that they published the project online. 

To be sure that it is a website from Microsoft i did a who is lookup:


WHOIS information for :

[Querying] [Redirected to] [Querying] [] Corporation Service Company(c) (CSC) The Trusted Partner of More than 50% of the 100 Best Global Brands. Contact us to learn more about our enterprise solutions for Global Domain Name Registration and Management, Trademark Research and Watching, Brand, Logo and Auction Monitoring, as well SSL Certificate Services and DNS Hosting.

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Registrant: Microsoft Corporation

Domain Administrator One Microsoft Way Redmond, WA 98052 US

Email: [email protected]

Registrar Name....: CORPORATE DOMAINS, INC.

Registrar Whois...: 


So i searched it up in the Google Cache. This is what showed up.

Full screen here.

Or go look for yourself:


Hot on the heels of all this Google+ madness, Microsoft has “unintentionally” leaked its own social networking platform. Whether this is a grab at all the hype or a genuine mistake on the part of some IT guy, we still have one question: What the heck is a Tulalip? I kid… Fusible, which picked up the story first, discovered that the name Tulalip is also the name of a Native American tribe located near Redmond, Washington, Microsoft’s home turf.
The teaser page pictured below was published to the web today on, which is apparently owned by Microsoft, reports Fusible. There are rumors that Microsoft is the lucky buyer of, which would mean they paid $2.6 million for the domain name alone.



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