I have noticed that seized domains all have one thing in common; their nameservers are:
and result in an A record to [18.104.22.168](http://22.214.171.124).
Just for fun, I have set up a record pointing to their seizure server on one of my subdomains.
NOTE: Neither my sub-domain nor my domain has been seized.
seizure.victorz.ca → A: 126.96.36.199
If I want the entire subdomain allocated (seizure AND *.seizure), I could use NS records instead.