McAfee is releasing a report that identifies the highest risk
domain extensions. McAfee reports that the “most dangerous” domains to navigate
to are ".hk" (Hong Kong), ".cn" (China) and ".info"
(information).

 

About 19% of .hk domains were dangerous, 12% of .cn sites,
and 12% of .info sites. Of course, the majority of sites with these extensions
are still safe, but McAfee’s report suggests that users should exercise
additional caution when accessing sites with these extensions.


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