This year, cybersquatting reached a new height

According to new reports, cybersquatting, which is a technique that tricks victims into visiting malicious websites, has reached a record level in 2022.

Atlas VPN analysed data from the World Intellectual Property Organization and found that 5,616 cybersquatting cases were brought to the organization in 2018. This is almost 10% more than 2021.

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