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According to MarkMonitor, there were 53 billion visits to rogue websites in the past twelve months, risking customers’ trust in genuine brands.

Spamhaus’ global team of researchers are constantly monitoring newly-registered domains and analysing IP traffic, to identify characteristic activity and network connections associated with spammers, brand hijackers, botnets and cybercrime.

Based on its constantly updated reputation-based data on domains and IP addresses, Spamhaus Technology is offering a new service, Brand Alert, to let brand owners know whenever a new domain is registered.

Brand owners can also request to use the Spamhaus Technology Brand Alert service to help to instantly protect the reputation of their domain names.

By providing Spamhaus Technology with commonly-known brand expressions, organizations can be alerted as soon as any new domain is registered that could adversely impact the reputation of the brand by wrongly associating it with spamming, phishing, or other criminal or disreputable activity on the web.

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