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August 2023: Domain Activity Highlights

Of the millions of domains registered on 1–31 August 2023, the WhoisXML API researchers studied a randomized sample of 31,000 to determine commonalities in their WHOIS data, registrant country, registrar, and TLD.

In addition, we examined the domains’ text string usage to uncover potentially emerging trends. We also tapped into our predictive intelligence sources to determine some of August’s most imitated brands or text strings. This study’s findings in addition to links to threat reports developed using DNS, IP, and domain intelligence sources are summarized below.

July 2023: Domain Activity Highlights

Of the millions of domains registered on 1–31 July 2023, WhoisXML API researchers studied a randomized sample of 31,000 to determine commonalities in their WHOIS data, registrant country, registrar, and TLD.

In addition, we examined the domains’ text string usage to uncover potentially emerging trends. This study’s findings and links to threat reports developed using DNS, IP, and domain intelligence sources are summarized below.

June 2023: Domain Activity Highlights

Of the millions of domains registered on 1–30 June 2023, WhoisXML API researchers studied a randomized sample of 30,000 to determine commonalities in their registrant country, registrar, and TLD.

In addition, we examined the domains’ text string usage to uncover potentially emerging trends. This study’s findings and links to threat reports developed using DNS, IP, and domain intelligence sources are summarized below.

May 2023: New Domain Activity Highlights

Of the millions of domains registered on 1–31 May 2023, WhoisXML API researchers studied a randomized sample of 31,000 domains to determine commonalities among their registrant countries, registrars, and TLDs. We also examined domains’ text string usage to uncover potentially emerging trends. This study’s findings and links to threat reports developed using DNS, IP, and domain intelligence sources are summarized below.

April 2023: New Domain Activity Highlights

Of the millions of domains registered during 1–30 April 2023, WhoisXML API researchers studied a randomized sample of 29,000 domains to determine commonalities in their registrant country, registrar, and TLD. Our analysis also included looking into the domain registration volume for the riskiest or most-abused TLDs.

Additionally, the researchers examined domain text string usage to uncover potentially emerging trends. This study’s findings and links to threat reports developed using DNS, IP, and domain intelligence sources are summarized below.

March 2023: New Domain Activity Highlights

Of the millions of domains registered during 1–31 March 2023, WhoisXML API researchers studied a randomized sample of 31,000 domains to determine commonalities in their registrant countries, registrars, and TLDs. Part of our analysis also included looking into the domain registration volume for the riskiest or most-abused TLDs.

We also analyzed domain text string usage to detect potentially emerging trends. Check out our findings below and links to the threat reports our researchers put together using our domain, DNS, and IP intelligence sources.

February 2023: New Domain Activity Highlights

Of the millions of domains registered on 1–28 February 2023, WhoisXML API researchers analyzed a randomized sample of 28,000 domains to determine their top registrars, registrant countries, and TLD distribution. We also studied their text string usage to detect possible emerging trends. Check out our findings below, along with links to the threat reports our researchers put together using our domain, DNS, and IP intelligence sources.

January 2023: New Domain Activity Highlights

Out of millions of domains registered during 1–31 January 2023, WhoisXML API researchers analyzed a sample of 1 million domains to determine their top registrars, registrant countries, and TLD distribution. We also studied their text string usage to detect emerging trends. Check out our findings below, along with links to threat reports our researchers put together using our domain, DNS, and IP intelligence sources.

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