From the creation of DNSAI Compass (“Compass”), we knew that measuring DNS Abuse* would be difficult and that it would be beneficial to anticipate the challenges we would encounter. With more than a year of published reports, we are sharing …
Compass Dashboards empower registries and registrars with data to understand phishing and malware trends in their zone, over time, and compared against peers. The DNS Abuse Institute (“DNSAI” or the “Institute”) is pleased to announce the general availability of DNSAI …
View the detailed data behind our monthly DNSAI Compass DNS Abuse data reports.
The DNS Abuse Institute launches a new level of reporting that reveals the spectrum of how malicious phishing and malware is distributed across the DNS registration ecosystem.
This DNSAI Bulletin is intended to help identify and prevent a recent increase in account take-overs at retail registrars across the industry.
This DNS Abuse Institute Best Practice shows abuse reporters and report recipients how to create high-quality, actionable reports.
This article demonstrates the opportunities for retail domain registrars to prevent abusive registrations while reducing potential impacts to registrants and anti-abuse teams.
DNSAI Compass is an interactive, evidenced data report that provides sufficiently granular information to improve how the industry and the wider DNS community understands, prevents, and mitigates DNS Abuse.
This DNS Abuse Institute Best Practice, an article designed for registrars, explores how the expectations of DNS abuse reporters should be managed.
The new, free service, supported by Public Interest Registry and CleanDNS, provides a simplified, standardized, and streamlined abuse reporting system.