The way we discovered their website was through a @_g01m_ Twitter account. It had pictures of US airplanes which were used to flood /egg/ threads as well. We wandered around the website and discovered references to the US Department of Defense standards DoDD.7050.06 and DoDM 5105.21-V2. Both @laxog_poppy and @_g01m_ accounts had Los Angeles listed as their location. WHOIS showed that g01m.rocks is hosted in Los Angeles as well. However, it was not hosted by a company like Linode, Amazon, or similar. It was hosted by NetActuate which a) does not work with regular anons, b) does not let one know pricing since they have to contact the company through a form on their website, c) works with the largest cloud providers like AWS or Google Cloud (they probably make for a large part of NetActuate's Infrastructure Services) so the customers do not have to. We found that the cheapest price one would have to pay for a place in their North Carolina data center is $399/month.
Worth mentioning that shills already went nuts when we found out the NetActuate connection. After anons dug deeper and learned about Ronald/Daniel Shiflet, some threads were deleted and shills have fucked off from /egg/. Shiflet likes horror fiction while our shill was bragging about Pulitzer he won at some point in his life. We located an author on Amazon called Ron Shiflet and his books were Lovecraft-related and horror-themed. We also found his website devoted to Lovecraft's poetry. GOIM, it seems, is also a brand used by Anonymous (those guys who hack, not 4chan posters). They have a video on YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ekR2yU3jjeE
) that was directed by Chris Fiin, a Los Angeles-based art director who also had made a commercial for ExxonMobil and Amazon's Echo. We also found that one of the people affiliated with Shiflet is David Nicol (@tipjar) who created a micropayment service Tip Jar in 1996. We also found a video Shiflet commented, and it was an Irish Dancing Flashmob in Essex.