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As a business based on obtaining valuable information fast, DomainSkate’s platform is exactly what we need. It provides information in real time through automatic updates, and keeps a persistent eye on pre-existing websites and domains. We highly recommend DomainSkate to every business that needs to clear, monitor and protect their valuable IP.

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The online brand protection technology and services that DomainSkate provides is incomparable; it is literally not available anywhere else, and my clients can’t do this work by themselves. it’s visual, comprehensive,easy to set up and provides critical intelligence. DomainSkate has saved myself and my clients significant time and money.

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From the DomainSkate Blog

NY Times Reports on New Cyber-Scam Targeting Digital Advertisers

The New York Times reported yesterday that a hacking ring has been using fake websites to bilk advertisers out of millions of dollars (daily) from fake ads being posted on fraudulent web pages. The full article can be found by clicking here. The scam took advantage of known deficiencies in the digital advertising space and the ability of hackers to use bots to mimic human traffic and make it look [...]

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