What’s Your .AI Domain Strategy?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is in the news every day and corporate strategies are evolving to adapt our businesses to AI use. 75% of companies have already integrated AI into their business strategies and a whopping 83% of companies consider using AI in their strategy to be a high priority according to Accenture. more

Examining WoofLocker Under the DNS Lens

WoofLocker tech support scams have been wreaking havoc since 2017 but the threat actors behind it don't seem to be done yet. In fact, the threat may have become even more resilient. more

Decoy Dog, Too Sly to Leave DNS Traces?

Decoy Dog, a malware renowned for abusing the DNS, specifically by establishing command and control (C&C) via DNS queries, first reared its head most likely in early 2022. Given its sly nature, the DNS malware has been used to successfully steal data from organizations throughout Russia and other Eastern European nations. more

Will Redis Remain on Threat Actors’ Radar?

Threat actors have been targeting vulnerable Redis instances since February 2022 when the Redis Lua Sandbox Escape and Remote Code Execution Vulnerability, also known as "CVE -- 2022 -- 0543," was discovered. The Mushtik Gang was one of the first cyber attack groups to exploit it. more

Radix’s Releases H1 2023 Premium Domains Report, Reaches $4.6M in Total Premium Domain Name Retail Revenue

Radix has shared its bi-annual premium report for the first half of 2023, giving a complete overview of the premium domain sales across its new TLD portfolio. more

RedHotel Attack Infrastructure: A DNS Deep Dive

We began our analysis by subjecting the domains identified as IoCs to Threat Intelligence Platform (TIP) lookups. Those allowed us to uncover these WHOIS record findings. more

APNIC56 Policy Proposals

APNIC56 is in Kyoto, Japan September 7–14. This year, there are four new policies being proposed and an edit to a policy previously discussed several times. more

Domain Name Industry Brief Quarterly Report: Announces 356.6 Million Domain Name Registrations in the Second Quarter of 2023

Today, the latest issue of The Domain Name Industry Brief Quarterly Report was released by, showing the second quarter of 2023 closed with 356.6 million domain name registrations across all top-level domains (TLDs), an increase of 1.7 million domain name registrations, or 0.5%, compared to the first quarter of 2023. more

Radix Launches RFP for a Registry Service Provider (RSP)

Radix today announced the beginning of its invite-only Request for Proposal (RFP) process for the selection of a Registry Service Provider (RSP). Radix currently manages over 7 million domains across extensions that include .Online, .Store, .Tech, .Website, .Space, .Press, .Site, .Host, .Fun, .Uno, .Pw and more

Finding WyrmSpy and DragonEgg Ties to APT41 in the DNS

APT41, also known as "Winnti," "BARIUM," or "Double Dragon," is an APT group said to originate from China. Having been active since 2012, APT41 rose to infamy by successfully launching targeted cyber espionage attacks on government agencies and private companies worldwide. more

DNS Insights behind the JumpCloud Supply Chain Attack

Even solutions meant to enhance security can sometimes fall prey to the best cyber attackers. That's what happened to JumpCloud, a cloud-based directory service platform designed to centralize and simplify identity access management (IAM). more

Signs of MuddyWater Developments Found in the DNS

Cyber espionage group MuddyWater's or Mercury's first major campaign was seen as early as 2012. But as things always go in the cybersecurity realm, threat groups, especially those that gain infamy, don't necessarily just come and go. more


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