After the Wired.com article was posted on September 8th, it spread pretty quickly to other news sites and on twitter. Here are a bunch of links to other sites’ coverage of our research. CNN.com – E-mail typos result in 20GB of stolen data Slashdot.org – Researchers’ Typosquatting Stole 20 GB of E-Mail Gizmodo.com – How Researchers Stole 20GB of E-Mail from Fortune 500 Companies ArsTechnica.com – Researchers’ typosquatting snarfed 20GB of Fortune 500 e-mails Net-Security.org – Researchers steal 20GB of corporate emails via doppelganger domains DomainNameWire.com – Doppelganger Domains. Oh, My. GCN.com – How ‘doppelganger domains’ steal data from e-mail … Continue reading
Kim Zetter from Wired.com posted a great article today about Doppelganger Domains called “Researchers’ Typosquatting Stole 20 GB of E-Mail From Fortune 500“. Two comments to add: All the original data that was collected during the research period has been deleted. If companies want to find out if they are vulnerable to Doppelganger Domains, we can perform a scan on your domain(s). The request form is on the same page as the Doppelganger Domain whitepaper.