This infographic details the two high level types of domain impersonation: typosquats and combosquats, and the 10 different strategies used by threat actors.
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$1 for a cheap domain. $12.99 for 10m email contacts. Cybercriminals can launch phishing campaigns for under $20!
In this report, Digital Shadows’ Photon Team analyzed a data set of more than 175,000 impersonating domains raised to our clients over four months of 2021.
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