Regarding the winner's name list of the American diversity visa lottery program for dv 2017 and dv 2018, get the information here.
There is no winner name list available either DV-2017 or DV-2018 visa lottery programs, anywhere in the internet.
Only KCC have those selected winners' name list according to each year program and they will not publish it or share it altogether for some security reason. So don't request them to provide the winner name list for you.
Winners selected in the computer random draw will ONLY can see their results when they check their results online. If not selected will be shown with the "not selected" message in the computer screen.
Years back, when the results were sent by postal mail, some countries like Albania and Nepal used to publish the winners name list of their country after intercepting those selected winners postal mails that came from the KCC. These country postal departments' collects the names and addresses from envelopes and publish them for the benefit of their country participants.
Now the winner notification system through the postal mail had been cancelled and the names of the selected winners or photos too will not be available in the internet.
American Embassies or their Consular offices too don't have the green-card-lottery winners name list with them. Once selectees' interviews are started to process, then only they will have some of the "current" winners name list.
So don't disturb the consular offices through phone calls or by visiting them directly and asking for the winners name list.
If you did applied for the system and later had changed your home address, no problem you can still check the selection details of yours through the online facility.
If you had applied through an agent then you can be easily duped by them if they are scam people. They used to hide the email address that was used in the application form. So it is difficult to recover your confirmation that was given under the program from the system.
To recover your lost confirmation number visit here.
Source: Kentucky Consular Center, USA.