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My search for Number of Expired Domains which led to profit by sale, led me to zero results.But I encountered one interesting website.This is krebsonsecurity.com.Here I found one article on most spammy and riskiest TLDs .The article is by Brian Krebs.He worked as a reporter for The Washington Post from 1995 to 2009, authoring more than 1,300 blog posts for the Security Fix blog,I am reproducing a part of his article.

Bad .Men at .Work. Please Don’t .Click

Website names ending in new top-level domains (TLDs) like .men.work and .click are some of the riskiest and spammy-est on the Internet, according to experts who track such concentrations of badness online. Not that there still aren’t a whole mess of nasty .com.net and .biz domains out there, but relative to their size (i.e. overall number of domains) these newer TLDs are far dicier to visit than most online destinations.

There are many sources for measuring domain reputation online, but one of the newest is The 10 Most Abused Top Level Domains list, run by Spamhaus.org. Currently at the #1 spot on the list (the worst) is .men: Spamhaus says of the 65,570 domains it has seen registered in the .men TLD, more than half (55 percent) were “bad.”

According to Spamhaus, a TLD may be “bad” because it is tied to spam or malware dissemination (or both). More specifically, the “badness” of a given TLD may be assigned in two ways:

Most Spamy & Riskiest TLDs

.men
.gdn
.work
.click
.loan
.top
.cf
.gq
.ml
.ga

More than 1,500 TLDs exist today, but hundreds of them were introduced in just the past few years. The nonprofit organization that runs the domain name space — the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) — enabled the new TLDs in response to requests from advertisers and domain speculators — even though security experts warned that an onslaught of new, far cheaper TLDs would be a boon mainly to spammers and scammers.

All contents are the property of Brian Krebs, published on June 18 in krebsonsecurity.com

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