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The Institute strives to serve as a resource for all interested stakeholders fighting DNS Abuse, whether they are registries, registrars, security researchers, or any other interested party. 

The Institute is pleased to provide and maintain a Resource Library on publications related to DNS Abuse. These documents advance the conversation regarding DNS Abuse and help educate registries and registrars as to how to address it. These resources also may prove useful to someone that wants to learn more about DNS Abuse and how to tackle it.

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DNSAI Newsletter April 2022

Join our Executive Director of the DNS Abuse Institute, Graeme Bunton, as he shares updates on NetBeacon, ICANN 73, and a recent DNS Abuse study by the European Commission.

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Centralized Abuse Reporting Update

The DNSAI’s new centralized DNS Abuse reporting tool, NetBeacon, is going to provide real value to registries and registrars and simplify the work and greatly improve the experience for those who are reporting DNS Abuse.

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