Microsoft has filed two lawsuits (one in Utah and one in California) against four defendants it accuses of cybersquatting and typosquatting. Microsoft claims the defendants have registered hundreds of domain names with the intent of driving Microsoft-based traffic to their websites.
Some of the domain names look like could be legitimate Microsoft domain names (such as msnfinance.com). Others (such as xbox36com.com) are intended to snare surfers who have problems typing. Personally, we can't see how that could possibly w0rkcom.
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