Abstract: This paper describes a strategy for searching for domain names with typographical differences by using Google, and compares the results to a previous search using approximate string matching.
This is in response to a report
Large-Scale Registration of Domains with Typographical Errors
by Benjamin Edelman.
He describes an extensive series of domain names with typographical errors which have been registered by a cybersquatter. and asks for help in identifying these targets. This creates what might be called an "inverse problem", of determining what are the target of the squatted typo'ed nameBy Seth Finkelstein | posted in infothought | on February 02, 2003 11:57 PM (Infothought permalink) | Followups