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Jeff Doty

[Nice post by Jeff in our internal blog from a couple of weeks ago. It got a bit lost in the activity around RSAConference last week, so we're rectifying that today. We regularly get inquiries from people about why we have a Suspicious rating on ExcelForum.com, so we thought it would be a good idea to explain what's going on. --C.L.]

 

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Chris Larsen

The next "Shady TLD" in our series on the most-abused Top Level Domains on the Web is not one of the new TLDs, it's one of the two-letter "country code" TLDs: .GQ (Equitorial Guinea).

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Snorre Fagerland

On Thursday April 9th the French TV station TV5 Monde was reportedly knocked off the air by supporters of the Islamic State.

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Chris Larsen

Number four in our series of posts looking at wide-scale abuse of various top-level domains (TLDs) brings us to .workwhich has one of highest rates of abuse we've seen.

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Chris Larsen

Continuing our recent series of posts looking at rampant Bad Guy abuse of some of the new Top Level Domains (TLDs), we're now recommending that people block the entire ".science" domain.

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Chris Larsen

One of my all-time favorite posts involved looking at the traffic of a shady "warez" (downloads) network, where the malware payloads were being served in response to specific search terms.