Researcher Discovers Zero Day Vulnerability Using Homoglyph Characters

One of the most common sneaky tricks on the web is typo squatting. Attackers know that someone trying to type “disney.com” can very easily type “dinsey.com” or “disnet.com” on accident, and they register those domains to redirect those mis-typed domains to a phishing or shady website of some sort. Matt Hamilton, a security researcher with […]

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