Mike Mann’s domain appraisal/brokerage: Some good and bad news!

Mike Mann shared the latest update on his upcoming DomainMarket.com appraisal/brokerage system. There are some good news and some bad news. He said that programming is going great but is taking too long. Also the cost of the appraisals has gone up from the last time. From $48 to $88 for 3 appraisers. The good …

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Developed.NYC highlights the growing NYC domainscape

(This is a guest post from Matt Gill, owner of Developed.NYC.) When I first came to New York one thing I noticed was how people love to wear the name of their city on their heads, chests, behinds and even on their feet. To be clear I mean regular New Yorkers, not tourists. I just …

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.feedback gTLD in breach of contract after big brand “fraud” claims

ICANN has slapped .feedback operator Top Level Spectrum with a contract breach notice after a huge complaint about alleged fraud filed by a gang of big brands. The company becomes the third new gTLD to be hit by a breach notice, and the first to receive one as a result of losing a Public Interest […]
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Namejet sold 95 domains for $625,966 in February (lows .com, murphy .com, franks .com)

Namejet released it’s February 2017 domain name auctions report that includes a lot of 3 letter and 4 letter .com and some 1-word .coms. Namejet sold 95 (128 domains in January) domains in January for a total of $625,966 ($793,301 in January). Namejet only reports domains that were sold for $2,000 or more. Of course …

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Iris: Now With More Data!

Ever since we launched Iris in the fall of 2015, we’ve been hard at work on various enhancements to make it an ever-better tool for discovering, characterizing, and defending against nefarious Internet infrastructure. From various UI enhancements, to the addition to passive DNS data, each enhancement has been designed to help you find more answers, […]
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Iris: Now With More Data!

Ever since we launched Iris in the fall of 2015, we’ve been hard at work on various enhancements to make it an ever-better tool for discovering, characterizing, and defending against...
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Trending domain name keywords: year, near, drone, blockchain

The top 10 trending keywords registered in .COM and .NET domain names during the month of February 2017 were published by Verisign, the .com and .net registry. There are no common keyword in the .com and .net lists. That always strikes me as a bit strange but… My experience shows that only 2 or 3 …

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Most paranoid reply to a domain quote!

I got an inquiry for a .com domain name and as usual I send my quote to the interested party from Ohio. What I received was the most paranoid reply and it was not because my price was too high or something like that. Here is the reply: “I decline all interest in such offers …

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Mike Mann’s latest domain sales (RiseUp.org $75,000) + LaLaLand.com

Here is a look at some of Mike Mann’s domain acquisitions and sales from February 2017. February was as busy as January. There were 14 reported domain sales by Mike Mann in February worth a total of about $175k. Highest reported sale was RiseUp.org that sold for $75k. Mike Mann also revealed that he used …

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DomainTools 101: Hunting Grizzlies with DomainTools Iris

When we hunt, we’re usually starting with some kind of indicator that something bad has happened. These are often referred to as IOCs or Indicators of Compromise. When we get a good report like this one from Homeland Security, we can use it to help us find out more about a threat actor and their […]
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