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DomainTools 101: I found this creep domain, now what?

| April 29, 2016 | 0 Comments
DomainTools 101: I found this creep domain, now what?

By Steve Butt, Sales Engineer One of the many things criminals will do is buy up or register domains that have been allowed to expire. Many times companies will close shop and allow the domains they owned to expire. In these instances, nefarious individuals will pick up those domains and re-register them. This is mostly […]

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DomainTools Membership Evolution

| April 25, 2016 | 0 Comments
DomainTools Membership Evolution

Earlier today DomainTools announced an evolution of our membership model for individual users. Going forward DomainTools will only offer one retail membership level, the Personal Membership. I appreciate all of the feedback that we have received from many of our loyal and longtime DomainTools users. It’s clear DomainTools is a critical resource for our customers. […]

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7 Most Popular Blog Posts of Q1 2016

| April 7, 2016 | 1 Comment
7 Most Popular Blog Posts of Q1 2016

After wrapping up the first quarter of 2016, it is exciting to look back at the team’s accomplishments over the past three months. We enhanced our offering with the addition of Reverse IP Whois, began building our own internal advisory board, and started the process of moving into our new and improved office space. I […]

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PranksGiving

| April 1, 2016 | 1 Comment
PranksGiving

Before I was employed at DomainTools, I considered myself a professional Grade A prankster. I had completed dozens of fruitful acts of mischief, but after a few short weeks, I realized I was a mere mortal compared to my prank-counterparts. Yes, it is true, the most important day of the year here at DomainTools is […]

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Introducing DomainTools Reverse IP Whois

| March 21, 2016 | 0 Comments
Introducing DomainTools Reverse IP Whois

We are excited to announce the addition of Reverse IP Whois to our DomainTools products. This powerful tool shows you all of the IPv4 address allocations for a given search term—usually an organization like a company, educational institution, or government entity. This can be very useful when trying to gain context, or situational awareness, related to […]

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DomainTools Employee Spotlight – Timothy Crosley

| March 16, 2016 | 2 Comments
DomainTools Employee Spotlight – Timothy Crosley

One of the many qualities that makes DomainTools a unique and refreshing professional environment is our hiring process. Although some may consider this exercise grueling, it has resulted in a high bar for technical and non-technical hires. In the time I have worked at DomainTools, however, I have observed that our employee talent goes far […]

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Welcome Mike Convertino

| March 1, 2016 | 0 Comments
Welcome Mike Convertino

People who know the DomainTools story have a keen understanding that we have a pretty strong DIY mentality around here. We have pivoted this company to a new business model and a new target marketspace without the benefit of outside capital or outside counsel. But we’re smart enough to know what we don’t know, which […]

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The Monday Media Wrap Up

| February 22, 2016 | 0 Comments
The Monday Media Wrap Up

Articles from February 13-19 Stay up to date with the latest news with a summary of this past week in security: Big Data Analysis Makes Breaches a Greater Threat to Cyber-Security eWEEK | Wayne Rash | Feb. 13, 2016 A few days ago I reported on the theft of some outdated employee information from the Department […]

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2016: RSA Conference and The DomainTools Report

| February 16, 2016 | 0 Comments
2016: RSA Conference and The DomainTools Report

If it feels like RSA snuck up on us this year, well, it actually did. The conference is more than a month earlier than last year’s late April edition. And at DomainTools, we’ve accomplished quite a bit in between RSA Conferences. Come by our booth (#3240) to see what we’ve been up to: See our […]

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Taking Stock of Cybersecurity Images

| February 4, 2016 | 3 Comments
Taking Stock of Cybersecurity Images

Anyone who has spent more than five minutes working in information security can likely write a thorough list of cybersecurity cliches (including, but not limited to, military metaphors, the use of thinly veiled scare tactics, and heat maps). In the humble opinion of the DomainTools marketing team, however, cybersecurity stock photography takes the cake when […]

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