[AfrICANN-discuss] cf, .ml, .ga operator champion of phishing/
Freenom parmi les champions du phising
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Tue Oct 7 15:32:10 UTC 2014
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Freenom Operator of 2nd Largest Domain Extension .TK; To Launch .GQ; Yes It Will Be FREE
> Date: Tue, 7 Oct 2014 14:06:46 +0300
> From: alihadji90 at gmail.com
> To: africann at afrinic.net
> Subject: Re: [AfrICANN-discuss] cf, .ml, .ga operator champion of phishing/ Freenom parmi les champions du phising
> Wait and wait but do not get an answer...
> What do for else?
> .GQ in the list.
> 2014-10-05 22:25 GMT+03:00 Lisse Eberhard <el at lisse.na>:
> > Ah,
> > where are these on this very list now who congratulated the Repatriation of .NL to the Netherlands
> > when I advised that this is exactly what would happen.
> > Cui Bono?
> > el
> > On 05 Oct 2014, at 16:05 , Emmanuel ADJOVI <emmanuel.adjovi at francophonie.org> wrote:
> >> http://domainincite.com/17447-phishers-prefer-free-cctlds-to-new-gtlds
> >> “The Freenom-operated ccTLDs .cf (Central African Republic), .ml (Mali) and .ga (Gabon) top the table of most-polluted TLDs, alongside PW Registry’s .pw (Palau). Freenom, which also runs .tk, offers free domains, while PW Registry has a very low registry fee. APWG measures the risk of phishing by TLD by counting phishing domains per 10,000 registered names, where the median score is 4.7 and .com’s score is 4.1. .cf tops the charts with 320.8, followed by .ml with 118.9, .pw with 122, .ga with 42,9 and .th (Thailand) with 27.5. These number include compromised as well as phisher-registered domains.”
> >> Le rapport est en lien à la fin de l’article.
> >> Emmanuel Adjovi
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