I recently checked the dns table in my go-daddy account and found the IP address 18.104.22.168 under the A table next to the @ (naked domain).
Whenever I tried to connect to the naked domain, it sent me to Google servers as it should (i'm working with Google apps). However, anyone who wasn't me (i.e. connected from a different IP address I guess), arrived at a page full of commercial links and the writing "This page is parked free, courtesy of Google Apps" (clearly not a Google page).
Opening the address in the browser returned a blank page (or so it seemed?). A Google search on the IP address showed inconclusive evidence and mentions related to abuse.
Of course I deleted it and replaced it with Google's IP.
Was wondering - does this mean someone hacked into my go-daddy account?