You can mention several fields for each found domain. It includes the count of characters in offered domain names, back-links count, and a lot of other SEO info that may be useful even for malicious use.
But why should we take a look at it? As I said before, domain history matters. It may take some time, but then you will find a real treasure - the domain name, categorized as financial services or other trusted topic.
Very good, let’s check another categorizer!
In my case, I found a domain name that is categorized as ‘Business’ by Fortinet and as ‘Financial Services’ by Palo Alto. These vendors are primary sellers of ‘Smart’ security devices, so there is no doubt that this domain name will serve well.
So, now we found the desired domain name, but could we purchase it? The logic says such domain name will be very costly to afford, but…
… but it costs only $6. Nuff said.
As you see, browsing expired domains allows you to get trusted domain names for your red team operations. This is a more reliable way to supply your phishing campaign than using a newly registered name, because of its ‘ready-to-go’ history and reputation.
No need to waste time with a new domain, no need to communicate with vendors to categorize your domain before the attack. Just search, pay, and have fun!