Protect your brand from cybersquatting, typosquatting, and phishing by detecting threatening domains on time

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Every day there are thousands of new domain names that closely resemble legitimate brands to take advantage of trust in them.

These fraudulent domains are commonly used to run email scams and organize phishing sites to steal credentials, distribute malware and obtain credit card information. In the process, they damage the brand and reputation.

$350 billion

Financial loss to brands due to online brand abuse (2013)

Three steps to protect your brand

1

Discover threats

Every day we monitor newly registered and dropped domains to detect phishing sites, unauthorized brand usage, and domain squatting. We cover more than 800 top-level domains (TLDs). Country code TLDs are coming soon.

2

Identify source

We provide you with any data on domain ownership such as Whois, IP addresses, name servers, mail servers, hosting and best of all, after you find someone who violates your trademarks, we can find all domains they own.

3

Take action

Some of the threating domains might be expiring soon, just add them to our watchlist and we’ll let you know when they become available. In case you want to pursue a legal action, we provide simple way to forward all data to your lawyer.

No matter the size of your company somebody is trying to divert web traffic, steal revenue, and damage your brand’s reputation

These fraudulent domains are commonly used to run email scams and organize phishing sites to steal credentials, distribute malware and obtain credit card information. In the process, they damage brand and reputation.

Cybersquatting

Cybersquatting (or domain squatting) is registering, trafficking in, or using an domain name with bad faith intent to profit from the goodwill of a trademark belonging to someone else.

Typosquatting

Typosquatting (or URL hijacking) is a form of cybersquatting, sitting on sites under someone else's brand or copyright that targets people who incorrectly type a website address into the browser (e.g. gooogle.com instead of google.com).

Phishing

Phishing is a type of social engineering attack often used to steal user data, including credit card numbers and login credentials. It occurs when an attacker, acting as a trusted entity, convinces a victim into opening an email or website.

Amazon, Google, and Facebook had over 70,860 domain threats since begining of the year

Those companies combined has over $635 billions of revenue in last year. If only 0.05% of their revenue was affected by fake domains, emails scams, that would mean they lost more than $31.75 million.

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Protect your domains and your brand

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