[dns-operations] Percentage of new domains that are "bad"?

Hugo Salgado-Hernández hsalgado at nic.cl
Mon Feb 15 19:02:59 UTC 2016

I only know this study on new gTLDs presented in IMC2015:
"From .academy to .zone: An Analysis of the New TLD Land Rush"


On 10:19 15/02, Allan Liska wrote:
> I thought I read somewhere that 85% of newly registered domains are "bad" (spam, phishing, delivering malware, etc).  I have been searching all morning and can't find that statistic, the closest I have been able to come is the BlueCoat study from last year (http://www.thedomains.com/2015/09/01/bluecoat-study-top-10-shady-sites-in-new-gtlds-is-severely-flawed-as-unlaunched-zip-is-1/).  Is anyone familiar with the statistic and where it originated or did I imagine the whole thing?
> Thanks!
> allan
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