In Campaign 2012, Web sites are the new real estate

On Sept. 2, with Texas Gov. Rick Perry surging in the polls, someone purchased the Web addresses , rickperrynot. com and . That day, Mitt Romney ’s campaign spent $2,851 buying the rights to various domain names at, the vendor that sold the Perry domains

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New Strategy To Fight Cancer Drug Resistance Suggested By Molecular Discovery

Scientists at Dana-Farber Cancer Institute have found a way to disable a common protein that often thwarts chemotherapy treatment of several major forms of cancer. The researchers discovered, surprisingly, that they could exploit a small portion of this anti-death protein, called MCL-1, to make a molecular tool that specifically blocked MCL-1's "pro-survival" action, allowing standard cancer ...

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Phishing attacks more than double in 2009s second half

Phishing attacks more than doubled in the second half of 2009 from the first half of the year, increasing to 126,697 from 55,698, according to the global phishing survey released earlier this month by the Anti-Phishing Working Group.

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One source for most phishing attacks in second half of ’09

One electronic crime syndicate using highly developed malware was to be blamed for two-thirds of the phishing attacks discovered in the second half of 2009, according to the Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG).

By |May 18th, 2010|Recent Domain News|0 Comments

Phishing servers being killed off faster than ever

A report from the Anti-Phishing Working Group (APWG) examining phishing behavior in the second half of 2009 suggested that ISPs and domain registrars are becoming more effective at taking down phishing domains. Most phishing attacks appear to originate from Eastern Europe, with one organization responsible for about two thirds of all attacks. The period in question saw a large increase in ...

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