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Chris Larsen

Many months ago, I noticed that .cricket was on top of our internal list of shady top level domains (TLDs), with a score of 100% -- meaning that all of the .cricket sites we'd categorized in our database to that point had negative security categories (Malware, Spam, etc.) -- and thought I should do a blog post about it.

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Ashwin Vamshi

[This is some cool research from Ashwin, originally posted to our internal blog. We thought it deserved a wider audience. --C.L.]

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Chris Larsen

About once a year, we see a security report highlighting celebrities that are "dangerous" to search for.

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Waylon Grange

Researchers at Symantec recently posted an article about a botnet called ifwatch, which has infected thousands of IoT devices.  In their article they claim the authors acted as a sort of vigilante, since the botnet patches the vuln

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Grettir

[Grettir -- one of our analysts who likes to keep a low profile -- posted this in one of our research group forums last night, and everyone agreed it was one of the most awesome blog posts ever, so here it is. -- C.L.]

 

I'm sure it seemed like a good idea at the time. I can just imagine the conversation…

 

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Chris Larsen

We had quite a lot of interest, quite a few questions, and several common misconceptions about our report on Shady TLDs (Top Level Domains) a few weeks ago.