Cybersquatting is registering a domain to take commercial advantage of a trademark. Cyber-criminals get very creative when asked why they possess certain domain names in a dispute.
Bad actors are continually looking for ways to steal and abuse confidential data, and often enough it’s done by registering a domain and impersonating other businesses.
Web traffic is an important factor to many businesses, some even put money behind driving it. Malware in the form of a typo domain can affect your objectives and can cause reputational damage too.
Undetected fraudulent domain names can lead to drastic consequences. By using a domain monitoring service, you can keep track of any harmful activity that may compromise your business.
View a recording of our webinar where our policy experts, Susan Payne and Jeff Neuman, guide you through the opportunity to comment on the Initial Report of the Review of All Rights Protection Mechanisms in all gTLDs.
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US government’s DotGov Program has finally introduced an additional security measure to help ensure only legitimate domain registrations under its restricted .GOV TLD.
Through Com Laude’s domain monitoring tool – Demys Platform – we have seen a massive spike in new domain names containing terms like COVID19 and CORONA VIRUS. Be aware that scammers may take advantage of this period of uncertainty.
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