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The Joe Biden-Kamala Harris Tandem's Effects on Domain and Subdomain Registrations

It has been months after Joe Biden and Kamala Harris took office as president and vice president of the U.S., respectively. And since that time, they were naturally featured in most news outlets. What we wanted to know, though, is how all the attention has been affecting the domain registration world. more

Zero-Trust Implementation Using WHOIS, IP, and DNS Data

The U.S. government released the Executive Order on Improving the Nation's Cybersecurity in May 2021, highlighting the rationale of a zero-trust security approach. While the order only covers the government's digital infrastructure, this initiative could also serve as a catalyst for more robust global cybersecurity. more

Analyzing Recently Discovered Windows 11-Themed Assets

The release of a new application or operating system (OS) is typically greeted by enthusiasm, diverse opinions, and potential threats. Windows 11's case is no different as we identified various assets that could be misused on the Internet. more

Liberty Front Press Network: An IoC Enrichment & Threat Intelligence Analysis

Liberty Front Press is a fake news network that has been operating since Trump's administration and was said to be designed to leverage liberal resentment against the former U.S. president while promoting pro-Iranian foreign policy narratives via social media. more

Are There More Properties Connected to the Pareto Botnet?

The Pareto botnet, known for using almost a million infected Android devices to spoof people seemingly watching ads on smart TVs, was reportedly taken down recently through the collaboration of industry players, notably Roku and Google. more

A Look Back at the 2016 U.S. Elections-Related Attacks

The 2016 U.S. elections sparked a lot of controversies, as several law enforcement agents and security researchers believed countries like Russia may have greatly influenced its turnout. We sought to find out more about it via an OSINT analysis using various domain and IP intelligence tools. more

WhoisXML API Enriches Its DNS Database Download Capabilities

WhoisXML API's repository of historical Domain Name System (DNS) lookup records continues to grow in volume and coverage. The DNS database download service has recently been expanded to now include six types of DNS databases. more

A Glimpse of Big Telcos' Domains and Subdomains Footprints

Telecommunications companies are a favored cyberattack target. After all, telcos build, control, and operate critical infrastructure that almost everyone uses to communicate. They also store large amounts of sensitive data that could easily be exploited when falling into the wrong hands. more

Emotet Botnet Reconnaissance: What's the Latest?

Emotet traces its origin as far back as 2014, when its simplest form as a banking Trojan first made the headlines. Over the years, its creators have constantly improved the malware, a popular malware-as-a-service (MaaS) offering in cybercriminal underground fora. more

Top Music Streaming Services: What's Their Potential Domains & Subdomains Attack Surface?

Content streaming services are no stranger to cyberattacks, and the recent Spotify squatting campaign reported by IBM X-Force Exchange is proof of that. Spotify, however, is not alone on the boat, as many other streaming services have fallen prey to attacks over the years. more