Category

Domain Names

Domain Names page 2

DomainFactory Hacked!

DomainFactory Hacked!

One of the largest hosting companies in Germany, DomainFactory, has been penetrated by hackers. The hosting company, owned by GoDaddy since 2016, reported that the data breach happened around late January 2018, but the company found out about the incident just last week, July 3rd, after the alleged Hacker began sharing bits of the stolen...
Continue Reading
ICANN’s Response to GDPR: Temporary Specification Survey

ICANN’s Response to GDPR: Temporary Specification Survey

Last October 31st we have posted an article on how GDPR of EU has affected and will continue to affect the fight against cybercrime, that being said with respect to the law passed for EU members ICANN has issued its response for the purpose of compliance. Since the response of ICANN was effective and already...
Continue Reading
Trusted SSL/TLS Certificates: The New Tool for Domain Spoofers

Trusted SSL/TLS Certificates: The New Tool for Domain Spoofers

The holiday season is fast approaching – this is just the perfect opportunity for cybercriminals to scam shoppers out of their hard-earned money. According to Experian data, online shopping fraud attacks rose 30 percent in 2017 from 2016. Online shoppers can be totally duped in a number of unsuspecting ways – Phishing emails may be...
Continue Reading
TLS Session Resumption

Online Ad Firms Tracking Users via TLS Sessions Resumption

In a research paper distributed toward the beginning of September, four specialists from the University of Hamburg, Germany, have uncovered that web based publicizing firms can mishandle the TLS Session Resumption instrument to track clients as they explore the web. The idea is straightforward. On the off chance that a web based publicizing firm loads...
Continue Reading
GDPR on ICANN Affects Cybercrime Forensic Mitigation and Investigation

GDPR on ICANN Affects Cybercrime Forensic Mitigation and Investigation

Last 2017 the world was fazed by USA’s controversial issues and decision on Net Neutrality in which he tried to analyze how it would affect cyber security as it involves laws and processes in cybercrime which we have discussed on https://www.izoologic.com/2017/12/22/net-neutrality-contributes-secured-internet/ The good thing is it did not much globally affect the security of the...
Continue Reading
GhostDNS

GhostDNS Malware Hacked 100K Routers For Phishing

A cyberattack likened to a DNS-changer infiltration was first spotted in August on several D-Link routers in Brazil has expanded to affect more than 80 different network devices and more than 100,000 individual kits. Radware first identified the latest campaign, which started as an attack on Banco de Brasil customers via a DNS redirection that...
Continue Reading
phishing prevention

Penetration Test To Prevent Phishing Injection

Protecting a website As a website owner to promote and conduct transactions for your own business using the internet is beneficial to the business. A website is considered to be a company or an individual’s representative in the online world. As the perceived representation of an entity or individual it is logical to apply protection...
Continue Reading
Cybersquatting Domain Profiteering,Domain Name Monitoring

Cybersquatting Domain Profiteering

The Cyber world of Today The World Wide Web is a huge space where a lot of people gather, interact, educate, and etc. With a lot of activities which feed people’s minds and the ability to conduct a lot of transactions in the internet space, it is a pretty convenient space for the majority of...
Continue Reading
Domain name spaming

Phishing spam sent from specifically registered domain names bypasses email authentication

Phishing spam is often sent from specifically registered domain names and domain zones to increase the efficacy of the phishing attack. This means that current email authentication systems are readily bypassed. Phishing spam forms the first component of the social engineering attempt. The phishing message must appear like it has come from a legitimate and...
Continue Reading
APWG – Phishing Trends Activity Report

APWG – Phishing Trends Activity Report – Q2 2016 : Summary of Findings

Anti-Phishing Working Group – Phishing Trends Activity Report – Q2 2016 Summary of Findings: The Retail/Service sector remained the most- targeted industry sector during the second quarter of 2016, suffering 43% of attacks The number of brands targeted by phishers in the second quarter remained consistent – ranging from 411 to 425 different brands each...
Continue Reading
1 2 3