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2014's top 100 most scamming domains

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As of 2014-09-18 02:34:42 GMT.
Generated "off-the-fly". Took 31 seconds to complete.

From a total of:

42,150 unique domains

14,575 active scams

177,367 unique scams

Resulting in:

129 total domains reviewed

2,977 still active scams

52,527 total scams reviewed
     The table in this page, shows the top 100 totals of scams per unique domains. Meaning that each row shows the number of scams per domain (or domains 'in exaequo') in the ranking. It also points out the ones that had active scams by the time of this page completion, in a darkened row.

PLEASE NOTE: The domain here, is not the FQDN. It is only the TLD and domain name (root zone) portions. For a ranking on the FQDNs, go here.





A quick brief

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The following charts overview some of the most significant data in this ranking.

Domains Scams
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As one can see here, 129 out of 42,150 scamming domains (0.31%) are accounted for 52,527 out of 177,367 total scams (29.61%)...

Active scams
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... These same 129 domains, are currently accounted for 2,977 out of 14,575 total active scams (20.43%).





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Besides waiting that the responsible authorities do something to avoid this, how can you stop from beeing affected by this problem? Well, you can try these:

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The scams per domain

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The data itself.

Rank Total scams Exaequo Domain [# of active scams]

1

81151

2

61941

3

33411

4

25041

5

17671

6

14801

7

13141

8

10941

9

10531

10

9561

11

8201

12

7421

13

6411

14

6241

15

5971

16

5691

17

5641

18

5151

19

4961

20

4711

21

4611

22

4531

23

4381

24

4251

25

4241

26

3942

27

3861

28

3841

29

3771

30

3281

31

3231

32

3171

33

3152

34

3051

35

3031

36

2981

37

2951

38

2931

39

2731

40

2431

41

2351

42

2151

43

2081

44

2051

45

1921

46

1881

47

1851

48

1781

49

1721

50

1701

51

1661

52

1651

53

1632

54

1621

55

1611

56

1581

57

1571

58

1532

59

1521

60

1471

61

1441

62

1431

63

1381

64

1372

65

1362

66

1351

67

1332

68

1301

69

1282

70

1252

71

1241

72

1232

73

1221

74

1211

75

1183

76

1171

77

1151

78

1131

79

1111

80

1091

81

1081

82

1071

83

1061

84

1052

85

1042

86

1031

87

1021

88

1013

89

1001

90

983

91

972

92

961

93

952

94

932

95

921

96

913

97

902

98

874

99

862

100

832





Filter to block the top 100 most scamming domains

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This Privoxy filter will block the above top 100 scamming domains.
Although somewhat radical, it will do the job very well.
Paste it to notepad, save it as 'dyscamtopdomains.action' and evoque it in your config file. Or, paste it into your 'match-all.action' file if it's already being evoqued in your config file.

HINT: Delete the domains you don't want to block, leaving no blank lines between them.






Filter to block IP address navigation

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As some of you may have already realized, The above filter fails its purpose if one navigates to any site by using its IP address instead of its URL.
Well, not anymore if one also uses this filter.







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