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GoDaddy accounts vulnerable to social engineering and Photoshop | CSO Online

“If [the attackers] wanted to be slick about it, they could gain access, insert their code, create backdoor admin accounts, and return access back to the original owner before they even knew what had happened. The owner would receive the confirmation email, see that their website is still online, and consider it a Phishing attack […]

Fed’s Domain Name Crackdown Meets DNS Backlash

Kelly Jackson Higgins reporting in InformationWeek: “In the wake of federal crackdowns, such as the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) mass seizure yesterday of 82 domain names of websites illegally selling and distributing counterfeit an…

China’s Popular Search Engine Gets Go Ahead from Judge to Sue Register.com

Grant McCool reporting in Reuters: “China’s leading search engine, Baidu Inc, can sue its U.S.-based domain name service provider, Register.com Inc, for breach of contract, gross negligence and recklessness related to an attack by hackers, a U.S. judge ruled on Thursday. The January 11 attack prevented Internet users around the world from gaining access to Baidu for five hours and disrupted its operations for two days…”

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