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Top 10 Ways Attackers Mangle Your Good Domain Name

Detect When Your Domain is Phished

When attackers want the credentials of your employees and customers, they might employ elaborate phishing campaigns to trick you into handing over usernames and passwords, sometimes inadvertently defeating strong authentication methods in the process.

One of the core elements of such attacks are domain names that fool users and adversaries are routinely coming up with new ways to craft them. The good news is there’s action you can take to defend your data, but you have to know what to look for.

In this training Ultimate Windows Security and DomainTools will:

  • Map phishing tactics to the MITRE ATT&CK framework
  • Surface common methods used to spoof legitimate domain names
  • Demonstrate how to track phishing domains to limit your organization’s risk