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Hackers continue to bypass cybersecurity systems, no matter how strong or developed they may be, by simply leveraging human error.

Visually similar domains can deceive users into visiting malicious websites and divulging protected information. These lookalike domains are so synonymous with phishing attacks that security awareness training includes learning to inspect links for them.

This analyst report makes use of new research into lookalike domains to analyze challenges and strategies, so that you can better secure your organization.

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