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Domain Protection

Vigilantly observe and detect recently registered typosquatting and look-alike domains that attempts to impersonate the brand
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Detect recently created look-alike domains

Our advanced monitoring system constantly scans the internet for new typosquatting, look-alike, and phishing domains that could potentially deceive customers and harm your brand's reputation. By promptly identifying and reporting these fraudulent websites, you can take proactive measures to protect your customers from falling victim to scams and maintain the trust they place in your brand.

Monitoring 1,500+ TLDs for look-alike and malicious domains

Our comprehensive monitoring system diligently scans and analyzes over 1,500 top-level domains (TLDs) to swiftly identify and assess potential threats posed by look-alike and malicious domains.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A typo-squatted domain is a deceptive website that imitates the spelling or appearance of a legitimate domain to trick users into visiting it accidentally. These domains exploit common typing errors or variations to carry out malicious activities such as phishing, distributing malware, or stealing sensitive information.

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