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Domain impersonation, also known as typosquatting, is often used as part of a conversation hijacking attempt. Attackers target legitimate domains, such as Barracuda.com by creating domains that appear similar. Such a domain might be accessed by a user typing the legitimate domain incorrectly, either with a misspelling or incorrect top-level domain:
Email gateway defense against domain impersonation is prone to error and needs continuous management and updates. API inbox defense uses past email communications to get information on domains used by the company. When an impersonation comes in, the attack can be detected and blocked.