Admit it. You've made mistakes when typing in the name of a website.
Your fingers fumble over each other, and before you know it you're not on google.com but goole.com instead.
It's an easy mistake to make and - inevitably - there are people waiting to take advantage of it.
Security expert Paul Ducklin has taken an indepth look at the scale and the risk of the typosquatting industry: registering misspellings of popular website domain names in an attempt to profit from typing mistakes.
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Applying every possible one-character typo to the domain names of Facebook, Google, Twitter, Microsoft, Apple and Sophos, Ducklin collected data from 1502 websites and 14,495 URLs.
In a fascinating report, he analyses the data to paint a fascinating picture of the typosquatting ecosystem.
His research's findings may mean that you're more careful than ever before when you type in that next web address.
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