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Check if your domain has been attacked by typosquatters

Wikipedia: "Typosquatting, also called URL hijacking, is a form of cybersquatting which relies on mistakes such as typographical errors made by Internet users when inputting a website address into a web browser. Should a user accidentally enter an incorrect website address, they may be led to an alternative address owned by a cybersquatter."

Here is what you need to do:
  1. Type your company domain name into the input field below
  2. Choose the root domain from the drop down list below
  3. Choose the types of typos you want to be investigated
  4. Click "Search" and wait for a while
The system will generate the list of possible typos and misprints and tell you whether any domain names using these typos are already taken by other people.

Export the data in Excel format and bring it directly to your legal department so they take action against "Typo Squatters". Google recenty won such a case, why shouldn't you.

If you wish to pursue a legal path, or just want more advise on your trademark and copyright issues click here to contact us.

Type your domain .  
Check the domain itself
Common extensions such as xyzbank-online vs. xyzbank
Similarly sounding character combinations such as mispace vs. myspace
Missing characters such as gmai vs. gmail
Missing double characters such as leson vs. lesson
Extra double characters such as yahhoo vs. yahoo
Wrong character sequencies such as IMB vs. IBM
Wrong key pressed such as fesex vs. fedex

Also: Get computer location by one or many IP addresses. Click-fraud detector

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