Newly registered domain has "ct.html" and "st.aspx" indexed

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I registered a domain and built a small informational website on it early this morning. Once the website was up I checked the site:domain.com operator in Google because I was curious whether my Analytics/Adsense code caused anything to get indexed while I was doing the layout of the page. To my surprise there were already three links listed, but none for pages I was working on, or even existed.

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http://domain.com/ct.html
http://domain.com/st.aspx
http://www.domain.com/ct.html
  1. http://domain.com/ct.html
  2. http://domain.com/st.aspx
  3. http://www.domain.com/ct.html


It's a plain HTML site, I can't think of any reason whatsoever why there would be an aspx page. All that shows up is 3 links like the ones I have there, there's no title, description, etc.

As far as I know this domain has never existed before, it's certainly not getting any old traffic and all of the dates I can see point to this morning. This is one of the oddest things I've seen in awhile. I can't think of any explanation.
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Are you able to view the Google Cache of the pages in the index to see what may have been there?
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Nope, no cache. The only thing Google returns is 3 bare URLs, similar to the URL returned when a page is deemed duplicate content, removed, etc.

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I hunted a little more for records on the domain, and domaintools.com has 13 records in the history of the domain, 8 of which are from this year. I'm starting to wonder if I should have done more research on this domains history before registering it. I have no idea how domaintools pricing is supposed to work, but it's probably not worth $80 to see what's been happening with this domain for the year if it works the way I think it does. :scratchhead:

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