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Boiling Security Down to Its Essence

At a conference where I spoke on a cybersecurity panel, a university student approached me afterward with some great questions. Several were relatively tactical inquiries about resources for learning various...
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Common domain-based brand abuse techniques and how to avoid them

Brands both large and small face increasing threats and risks as intellectual property becomes more vulnerable online. According to a report issued by Interbrand, a global brand consultancy, the value of Apple, Coca-Cola and Louis Vuitton brands alone recently exceeded US$200bn. These and other well-known Fortune 500 companies invest great sums in building their brands […]
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7 Most Popular Blog Posts of Q1 2017

With Q1 looking back at us longingly (like the beginning of every romantic comedy), we have the quick opportunity to take a breath and reflect on the past quarter. Our team launched DomainTools Iris with passive DNS data in a partnered effort with Farsight Security, we brought on Senior Security Researcher Kyle Wilhoit, and added another new data set […]
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The Layman’s Guide to Online Privacy and Anonymity

Recently, privacy advocates were dealt a swift blow, with the passing of S.J.Res 34. This will strip regulatory power from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and give it to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). This resolution will also prevent the FCC from making any rules protecting Internet privacy. In addition, the resolution’s passing now gives […]
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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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Experian Registered ExperianDataBreach.com in 2009 – Conspiracy Theorists Rejoice

Written by Brad Hayes 10/2/15 It seems that even companies that offer data breach resolution services, can find themselves the victim of a massive intrusion by hackers, isn’t it ironic, don’t ya think, a little too ironic… I discovered today that Experian, who unfortunately was the recent victim of an attack that has left 15 […]

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