Spear phishing is widely used by cybercriminals to gather private information, distribute malware and hack into a company database.
A spear phishing attack usually comes in the form of an email that appears to be from a legitimate source. Often times, this leads the recipient of the email to click on a link and fill out personal information or open an attachment that installs malware.
When was the last time you typed out a full URL in hopes of navigating to a webpage? With the rise of autofill text and automatic search this process of carefully typing web addresses into browsers has decreased. What does that mean for brand protection? Come take a look at our new research.
ICANN published the Sunrise Period for Google’s latest new gTLD .APP, which opens for registrations beginning on March 29, 2018.
Google won the rights to operate the .APP registry in 2015 after bidding over 25 million dollars at a heated 2-day ICANN auction. To this day, it remains one of the highest winning bids for a new gTLD in the ICANN auction process.