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Google could be making millions from "typosquatting" because its network of display ads--from which it receives a cut of the profits--run on the typo'd sites.
Pretty high, according to a new report from McAfee. To be exact, you have a 1-in-14 chance of doing so when entering the URL of a popular Web site.
Security firm predicts scammers will try to use exploits to manipulate the stock market. Also: Expect more social engineering that piggybacks on big news events.
Lawyer claims Cameroonian Net authorities are cashing in on fact that .cm domain is one letter shy of .com, which often gets mistyped.
Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman claim domain registrar grabbed trademarked domain names through novel and illegal scheme.
Suit claims Yahoo is charging for "premium" ads on sites that show spyware ads and sites that appear when surfers misspell URLs.