Why you need to add “protect domain name” to the security checklist

Thursday, 25 August 2005, 2:18 AM EST

Domain name hijacking broadly refers to acts where a registered domain name is misused or stolen from the rightful name holder. A domain hijacking is a security risk many organizations overlook when they develop security policy and business continuity plans. While name holders can take measures to protect their domain names against theft and loss, many measures are not generally known.

By Dave Piscitello at Security Pipeline.

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