As new domains appear, you need to classify those using the following options:
Mark as Low Risk: The lookalike is moved to Low Risk
Enable Low Risk autoclassification. This auto-classification will add the TLD (Top Level Domain) and all of its current as well as future subdomains to your low risk list.
Add to my domains: The lookalike is added to OnDMARC (If applicable).
Mark as High Risk. The lookalike is moved to High Risk.
Mark for takedown. The lookalike is moved to High Risk and Takedowns.
Report as false positive. OnDOMAIN will collect this data for improving the engine.
Tip: You can add and hide icons from the top bar with adjusting the Columns.
For each lookalike domain, you can get insights on the following:
Lookalike: Name of the detected domain that is similar to one of the domains that was added to the "Domains" page.
Update date: Most recent time in which OnDOMAIN scanned this lookalike domain.
Observed date: The time on which OnDOMAIN spotted the lookalike domain for the first time.
Risk Rating: Score value from 1 to 3, indicating how likely the lookalike can be considered as a threat. The higher the score, the bigger the likelihood.
Email ready: Indicates whether the lookalike is ready to send or receive emails and/or DMARC record check.
Web ready: Indicates whether the domain is ready to host a website.
Has screenshot: Indicates whether OnDOMAIN got a screenshot of the domain website.
IP reputation: Checks all IPs associated with the lookalike against threat feeds to make sure there are no issues.
Domain reputation: Indicates whether the lookalike domain has reputation issues associated.
Is subdomain: Indicates whether or not the lookalike is a subdomain.
DMARC Status: Display the Policy state (none, quarantine, reject) or leave empty if no DMARC record in DNS).
Category: Contains a list of tags related to an automatic origin discovery process (Parked, Assets and Abandoned).
Logo annotations present: Indicates whether at least one of the uploaded logos exists in the lookalike domain.
NS records: Lists the hostnames of the name servers that store all DNS records for that particular lookalike domain and subdomains configured with the same name server.
Similar to: Resemblance in appearance to your owned Domains (Listed in "Domains").
Flagged by Google: Shows red if the lookalike is listed on Google Safe Browsing list.
Manually Added: Shows green If the lookalike was added manually to OnDOMAIN.
Marked as HIGH RISK:
Note: We monitor lookalike threats 3-4 times a day.
Marked as LOW RISK:
Note: We monitor those lookalikes once a day to ensure there is no change in the risk rating.
If OnDOMAIN detects changes - Lookalikes are moved back to unclassified for the Customer to review the risk.