Typosquatting Data Feed enables users to keep tabs on all suspiciously similar domain names possibly used in typosquatting/phishing campaigns and registered on a given day, week, or month. The Enriched database version also lets you access the groups of detected domains with their corresponding WHOIS data.
Stay on top of all domains with telltale signs of typosquatting, phishing, and other forms of suspicious bulk registrations. Our feed gives a thorough daily, weekly, or monthly overview of all suspicious domain variants among all newly registered domains in our database.
No user input or initial clue is required to return groups of new domain name registrations that may be involved in typosquatting attacks and other brand misrepresentations.
With Typosquatting Data Feed, users can focus their attention directly on the most likely instances of domain typosquatting without having to spend time or effort screening all WHOIS registration data.
Groups of possible typosquatted domains are identified on the very day they become technically operational in the Domain Name System.
Typosquatting Data Feed’s files are available in .csv format and categorized in sequential groups of similar-looking domain names with data fields that are easy to navigate and interpret.
Typosquatting Data Feed builds on 10+ years of expertise and WHOIS registration intel covering various gTLDs, ccTLDs, and some of the important ngTLDs.
Typosquatting Data Feed’s groups of similar domain names are detected and categorized using advanced mathematical techniques.
The Basic Data Feed is a structured list of domain names containing typos. One domain per line.Download Basic sample
The Enriched database is an add-on to the Basic database and contains WHOIS records for each row.Download Enriched sample
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