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Founded:
2004
Company Size:
51-200 employees
Company Type:
Private
Location:
Seattle, WA
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DomainTools helps security analysts turn threat data into threat intelligence. We take indicators from your network, including domains and IPs, and connect them with nearly every active domain on the Internet. Those connections inform risk assessments, help profile attackers, guide online fraud inve ...
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The Distribution of Malicious Domains
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The Monday Media Wrap Up: International Phishing Campaign, Hyatt Bug Bounty Program, and Malvertisin
Cybersecurity Articles from January 5-11 Report: Iran Is Likely Setting Stage for International Phishing Campaign Defense One | Patrick Tucker | January 10, 2019 Phishing attacks only work when the...
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01/14/2019
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DNS Resolutions
With 2018 in the rear view mirror for most, we wanted to look at some attainable goals for 2019 within organizations. Actionable Cybersecurity Resolutions for 2019 Dedicate 5 hours a...
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01/11/2019
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The Monday Media Wrap Up: PayPal Phishing Scam, Ryuk Ransomware Attack, and Marriott Data Breach
Cybersecurity Articles from December 29 – January 4 Marriott Says Data Breach Not as Bad as Originally Disclosed Skift | Deanna Ting | January 4, 2018 Following the news of...
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01/07/2019
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Redefining Critical Infrastructure for the Age of Disinformation
In an era of tighter privacy laws, it’s important to create an online environment that uses threat intelligence productively to defeat disinformation campaigns and bolster democracy. When we think of...
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01/04/2019
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7 Most Popular Blog Posts 2018
2018 has been both a challenging and exciting year for DomainTools. We hired top talent, released product enhancements, increased the breadth of data we offer, and announced exciting integrations. It’s...
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12/27/2018
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Teaching InfoSec in West Africa: A Lesson in the Value of Diversity
I recently had the distinct pleasure of returning to the African Institute of Mathematical Sciences (AIMS) in Mbour, Senegal as a visiting lecturer. This was my second time teaching at...
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12/20/2018
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The Monday Media Wrap Up: Marriott Breach, CrowdStrike Report, and Android Malware
Cybersecurity Articles from December 8-14 Facebook Says 6.8 Million People’s Private Photos Were Exposed in New Leak Thrillist | Joe McGauley | December 14, 2018 To say that Facebook has...
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12/17/2018
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Black Hat Europe 2018: My Cup of Tea
Exhibiting at Black Hat Europe is quite different from doing so at Infosecurity, Europe’s largest information security event. Amidst a nation of tea drinkers, InfoSec is your skinny latte –...
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12/15/2018
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The Monday Media Wrap Up: Cybersecurity 202, Quora Breach, and IRS Phishing Scams
Cybersecurity Articles from  December 1-7 The Cybersecurity 202: Russia is trying to undermine Americans’ confidence in the justice system, security experts warn Washington Post | Bastien Inzaurralde | December 5,...
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12/10/2018
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2019 Cybersecurity Predictions from DomainTools
Breach Fatigue, Cyber Cold War, IoT, and Cybersecurity Skills Gap In just the first half of this year, more than than four billion records were compromised in publicized data breaches,...
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12/06/2018

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