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  1. Lox

    domains Crypto scams: fake domains grows five-fold in H1 2022

    According to Group-IB, 63% of the new fraudulent domain names were registered with Russian registrars, but the fake websites are primarily designed to target English and Spanish-speaking crypto investors in the US and other countries. The researchers also compiled a list of the most popular...
  2. Lox

    domains Crypto scams: fake domains grows five-fold in H1 2022

    According to Group-IB, 63% of the new fraudulent domain names were registered with Russian registrars, but the fake websites are primarily designed to target English and Spanish-speaking crypto investors in the US and other countries. The researchers also compiled a list of the most popular...
  3. K

    Have you ever looked back at one of your sales and found that the website they have built was potentially used for a scam?

    I was going through my server to delete some of the landing pages and was curious about a few domains to see what has happened to them after they were no longer in my possession. Some of them I had regrets and should have kept longer(I dropped some during my break from domaining), some were...
  4. K

    Have you ever looked back at one of your sales and found that the website they have built was potentially used for a scam?

    I was going through my server to delete some of the landing pages and was curious about a few domains to see what has happened to them after they were no longer in my possession. Some of them I had regrets and should have kept longer(I dropped some during my break from domaining), some were...
  5. Lox

    domains Scammers scoop up misspelled cryptocurrency domain names

    Wwwblockchain.com isn’t a typo. Nor is hlockchain.com or blpckchain.com. Those sites are set up to dupe Internet users trying to reach Blockchain.com, a website that lets users buy and sell cryptocurrency. And there’s big money in little typos. A man in Brazil paid more than $200,000 worth of...
  6. Lox

    domains Scammers scoop up misspelled cryptocurrency domain names

    Wwwblockchain.com isn’t a typo. Nor is hlockchain.com or blpckchain.com. Those sites are set up to dupe Internet users trying to reach Blockchain.com, a website that lets users buy and sell cryptocurrency. And there’s big money in little typos. A man in Brazil paid more than $200,000 worth of...
  7. Lox

    domains 2300 new domains were registered about Amazon

    Checkpoint In the last 30 days, over 2300 new domains were registered about Amazon, a 10% increase from the previous Amazon Prime Day, where the majority now are either malicious or suspicious Almost 1 out of 2 (46%) of new domains registered containing the word “Amazon” are malicious Almost 1...
  8. Lox

    domains 2300 new domains were registered about Amazon

    Checkpoint In the last 30 days, over 2300 new domains were registered about Amazon, a 10% increase from the previous Amazon Prime Day, where the majority now are either malicious or suspicious Almost 1 out of 2 (46%) of new domains registered containing the word “Amazon” are malicious Almost 1...