Domain hijacking is generally defined as the attempt to transfer or steal ownership or control of a domain from its rightful owner. It often involves a fraudulent registration request or other false change to a domain’s registration. This type of activity usually harms the rightful domain owner.
How do the hijackers go about it?
When hijacking domains, a hijacker often tries to use a domain for their own purposes.
This involves sophisticated Phishing practiceshijackers create websites that trick users into believing they are on the website of a trusted brand or other party. Hijackers can then program these websites to collect data about visitors
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