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Fri, Jul 01, 2016 10:39 pm

2o7.net

While checking a firewall's logs, I noticed a "TCP FIN SCAN" entry for 66.235.139.18. The log entry showed the local host accessing port 80 on the remote host at that IP address. Out of curiosity, I performed an nslookup on the IP address. The PTR record for the IP address points to the 2o7.net domain name.
C:\>nslookup
Default Server:
Address:  192.168.0.1

> 66.235.139.18
Server:
Address:  192.168.0.1

Name:    *.112.2o7.net
Address:  66.235.139.18

>

When I put http://2o7.net in the address bar of a browser, I was taken to a Adobe Marketing Cloud privacy web page, which states:

The Adobe Marketing Cloud solutions enable our business customers to personalize and improve the performance of their websites, apps, and social networking pages. These companies use Adobe Marketing Cloud solutions to collect and analyze information, such as clicks made by visitors on their websites, apps, and social networking pages. The solutions also allow the companies to provide you with more relevant messages within their emails, text messages, and other online and offline marketing campaigns. In general, companies use Adobe Marketing Cloud solutions when they want to better understand and improve their online resources and marketing.

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Sun, Oct 06, 2013 1:29 pm

Check a Domain's Reputation

There are a number of companies that provide a means of checking a domain's reputation. E.g., perhaps you may wish to determine if a particular domain name is associated with the transmission of spam or want to know whether it is safe to visit a particular website. Often antispam and antivirus vendors will allow you to lookup an IP address or fully qualified domain name (FQDN) , e.g. somesite.example.com to make that determination through a website they provide.

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Sun, Feb 17, 2008 5:41 pm

IP and Domain Name Reputation Sites

An IP address may be added to a DNS Blacklist (DNSBL), if spam is detected as emanating from that IP address. You can check for the presence of an IP address on various blacklists using the MxToolBox Email Blacklist Check, which currently checks 124 blacklists, or at individual blacklist sites, such as MAPS.

You can check on whether an IP address has been associated with attacks on other systems at DShield or myNetWatchman by performing an IP lookup.

You can also obtain information on the "reputation" for a site at Barracuda Central by performing a lookup on either an IP address or a domain name. Barracuda Networks sells widely used spam firewall devices, so a poor reputation listing at Barracuda Central may lead to email from an IP address listed there, or with a domain name in the body of email messages being found there, being blocked by those using Barracuda Networks security devices.

Another reputation site is TrustedSource. You can lookup an IP address there and see a graph of activity associated with that site. If you see red bars on the graph, those represent malicious activity associated with the IP address on the days for which those bars appear.

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Sun, Feb 17, 2008 4:46 pm

Locating Cybersquatters Capitalizing on a Variant of Your Domain

Cybersquatters may buy domains similar to yours hoping to take advantage of someone mistyping your domain name or to mislead someone into thinking a domain name in a URL belongs to a legitimate company or organization. For instance many people might visit microsoft.com, so a cybersquatter might buy micrsoft.com, which has a missing "o", so that someone making a typo that left out that "o" would be directed to the cybersquatter's site instead, where the cybersquatter may have nothing but ads, hoping to get money generated from those viewing those ads. If millions of people visit microsoft.com every week, the cybersquatter will probably get a signifiant amount of traffic from such a typo.

Or perhaps you own example.com. The cybersquatter may purchase example.net, if it is available. Someone seeing example.net in an email may think the domain belongs to your company and visit a site that might have nothing but ads, perhaps even risque ones, or the site might try to infect visitors with adware/spyware, which might harm your company's reputation, even though you don't own the domain name and have no control over the site.

CitizenHawk helps you locate potential cybersquatter sites for your domain name.

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