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How Attackers Used Look-Alike Domains to Steal $1 Million From a Chinese VC
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AshiSalami
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2/23/2020 | 3:49:28 PM
Re: Domain spoofing
Great post, also am very appreciative of the anti-spam measures that are being taken on this site. Donald

 
casun_darkread
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12/16/2019 | 12:04:01 PM
Domain spoofing
The amount of typosquatting and domain spoofing attacks used nowadays to trick users is alarming. Organizations should be closely monitoring any Domain and Certificate registrations that are a close match to the real domain. 
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12/10/2019 | 11:08:51 PM
How Attackers Used Look-Alike Domains
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RyanWeeks
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12/10/2019 | 3:09:47 PM
Takedown Services
Thanks for sharing! A seasoned look alike domain takedown service is a must have in a secops and threat management programs these days. Even with the best SPF, DKIM and DMARC and Anti-Spoofing policies in place a well baked look-alike domain has the potential, when weaponized, to open an organization up to damaging phishing attacks. Definately a key capability to invest in.
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12/8/2019 | 9:46:53 AM
Re: Pending Review
Great post, good job!


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