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Radix Reports $3M Revenue from Premium Domains in 2019

Radix has published its premium report data for the second half of 2019. Domain name 'clean.tech' is reported as the highest one time sale in this period at $30,000 via SEDO. more

How Domain Reputation API Can Help Detect HTTPS-Protected Phishing Sites

Over the past five years, the Internet has seen the mass migration of websites from HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) to its extension, HTTP Secure (HTTPS). HTTPS is a communication protocol that encrypts the data exchanged between sites and user agents. more

How to Avoid Fake Product Support Pages with WHOIS API's Help

Sometimes, seeing several permutations of a famous company's domain names is not just a mere coincidence. Often, these are typosquatting attempts. They are not merely a nuisance, either, because clicking such a URL can have severe effects. more

How to Safeguard Against Domain Look-Alikes with Domain and Brand Monitoring Services

Should organizations need to worry about domain look-alikes? The answer is, unfortunately, yes. Threat actors often impersonate popular brands and domains to lure users into visiting malicious pages and divulging their personally identifiable information (PII). more

Reverse Domain Hijacking and the Use of WHOIS and Domain Brand Monitoring Tools

In a Uniform Domain-Name Dispute-Resolution Policy (UDRP) case, the complainant usually has to prove three elements to win. Failing to satisfy these evidentiary requirements can render the case not only null and void, but the panel may also consider it as a reverse domain name hijacking (RDNH) instance. more

DNS Hijacking: The Iranian Cybersecurity Threat That May Be Overlooked

The Iran geopolitical crisis will have unseen consequences on businesses worldwide. Last weekend, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) issued an alert highlighting some of these business risks. more

Addressing Cybersquatting Dangers Using Brand Alert API and WHOIS Lookup

While other organizations also hear Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) cases, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) is the largest. more

Retrospective: Post-GDPR Compliance Rates for Domain Enforcement

A success rate of one out of four might not seem like a reason to celebrate, but when it comes to registrar compliance rates, the current 25% rates that AppDetex clients enjoy is a substantial improvement from the single-digit compliance rates initially experienced immediately following the implementation of GDPR. more

Fake Airline Ticket Scams: Domain Spoofing and Other Red Flags

The holidays are a bustling time for businesses and, unfortunately, fraudsters too. Travel fraud is rife in the lead up to the festivities, with airline ticket scams taking center stage. According to a report by The Street, airlines lose US$2.4–4.8 billion yearly due to false bookings. Consumers, meanwhile, lose US$283–588 per transaction. more

Take Brand Protection Up a Notch with Domain Research and Monitoring Tools

Cybersquatting is likely one of the oldest digital threats out there, but somehow, it still works. The first cybersquatting case filed after the implementation of the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) involved the domain worldwrestlingfederation[.]com. more

Mitigating Phishing Attacks on Cloud/File Storage Services through Domain Reputation API

Moving more workloads to the cloud has become a top priority for enterprises. Some 96% of organizations are, in fact, already using cloud computing in one or more areas of their business. Cloud computing benefits enterprises in many ways, but perhaps the driving force behind the increased cloud adoption is this: Organizations that use cloud services grow faster. more

Taking a Closer Look at Reverse Domain Name Hijacking (RDNH) with WHOIS Search and Brand Monitor

The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) recorded a 12% increase in Uniform Domain-Name Dispute Resolution Policy (UDRP) cases filed in 2018. In fact, WIPO saw a total of 3,447 cases that covered 5,655 domain names. What this implies... more