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What Is Cybersquatting
What is Cybersquatting? How Can it Damage Your Business?

How malicious domains deceive customers and damage business What is cybersquatting?  Cybersquatting is when someone registers, uses or sells a domain name in bad faith, with the intent to profit from someone else’s trademark.  The Domain Name System (DNS) allows unlimited variations of domain names that could successfully be presented as the legitimate domains of […]

Avoiding Complacency in Detecting and Monitoring DNS Threats

Threat actors can employ a number of cyber social engineering tactics as part of their corporate phishing, counterfeiting, or hoaxing campaigns. One of the most popular assets utilized in these threat campaigns is a spoofed website, i.e., a website designed by a threat actor to appear to be the legitimate website of a targeted organization. […]