Previously, some web users had called on GoDaddy to remove the site - including women's rights campaigner Amy Siskind.
A spokesman for GoDaddy further explained to CNN that the defamatory article about 32-year-old Heather Heyer not only violates GoDaddy's terms of service, but could lead to future violence. The sites also use a GoDaddy-affiliated privacy service called Domains by Proxy, which stops the public from discovering contact information associated with a domain name.
The company, which is based in Scottsdale, Ariz., has drawn criticism for months for its willingness to provide a domain name for a website "dedicated to spreading anti-Semitism, neo-Nazism, and white nationalism", according to the Southern Poverty Law Center. The white supremacist site published a story that denigrated Heather Heyer, the 32-year-old woman killed when a vehicle rammed into counter-protesters in Charlottesville, VA over the weekend.
The company said the article violated its terms and conditions and has told the Daily Stormer, the self-proclaimed "World's Most Genocidal Republican Website" to find a new provider.
By Monday, the Daily Stormer had moved to Google's domain-registration service, which forced Google to make a decision about whether or not to ban it.
GoDaddy has previously come under sharp criticism for hosting The Daily Stormer and other sites that spread hate.
Anonymous denied any involvement in the hack, but nonetheless used the opportunity to amuse itself at the expense of the Hitler-loving rednecks at the Daily Stormer.
A message supposedly from the loose hacking collective Anonymous had appeared, claiming the site had been taken over "in the name of Heather Heyer, a victim of white supremacist terrorism" and that all content would be deleted within 24 hours.
Anglin Here. I've Retaken Control of the Site.
"For too long the Daily Stormer and Andrew Anglin have spewed their putrid hate on this site", it said. But a number of prominent Anonymous figures said they knew nothing about such an operation, which didn't seem to accomplish anything but create a blog post with a picture of a person in a Guy Fawkes mask.