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Detect typosquatting domain names right when they are registered. Our typosquatting domain intelligence covers copycats, misspellings, and other suspicious domain variants that could serve to impersonate big brands or abuse their trademarks. Our feed is structured to flag new lookalike domains on the day after they appear on the DNS and where similarity could be deceptive.
Access lists of disposable domains provided by more than 2,000+ temporary email services. Disposable email addresses may figure in abusive registrations and spam or phishing communications.
Know all confirmed phishing URLs to better prevent credential and identify theft. Armed with that know-how, you can keep employees and all network users safe from accessing sites and pages that can put them and your company in harm’s way.
 Phishing is a cybercrime technique where an attacker uses digital means of communication, such as emails or social media posts, to fool victims into revealing sensitive or confidential credentials.
Check the reputation and risks associated with any domain or IP address. Our reputation data feed covers 120+ parameters that include host and server responses, configurations, and other potential issues; notable domain registration events; Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) certificate validity and possible vulnerabilities; malware database checks; and more.
Get a list of website URLs that are known hosts of malicious files or redirect to dangerous pages. Some of them may even be rigged to drop harmful executable files on visitors’ systems.
Botnets gather user data and distribute commands through common-and-control (C&C) servers. Obtaining a list of all known C&C URLs is one way to prevent unauthorized network access from remote users.
We provide URLs that may be part of an ongoing distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attack as well as their botnet controller locations and decoded commands used for attacks.
 A DDoS attack utilizes a massive flow of non-human/bot traffic generated to disrupt a web server's normal operations until it crashes. DDoS attacks lead to business downtime and revenue loss.
Our threat data is available in the form of a series of enterprise-grade APIs designed for scalability and cover domain infrastructure analysis, SSL certificate chains and configuration, domain malware check, and more.