The Imminent Emergence of Brand Impersonation Attacks
HNS List is the first and currently the only service focused on resolving Web 3.0 brand, copyright, and trademark infringement. Our approach uses our technical teams’ decades of internet experience to work as an agent on your behalf to stop Web3 problems before they start. Our service is focused on enforcement of brand names within Web 3, domain names, and NFT’s. Think of us as your Web 3.0 insurance policy. There is a massive shift in technology towards Web 3.0 and the window for you and your organization to act is rapidly closing.
Did you know:
- Web 3.0 is Here
- Web 3 is anonymous
- Web3 is rapidly being adopted
- Counterfeits account for 2.5% of all global trade
- Ransomware & Malware – Over 90% of all attacks start with tricking employees, customers, and users
- Deception – It’s simple to clone existing websites
- Anonymity – ICANN does NOT control Web 3, it is decentralized, and it can be impossible to track down or remove deceptive websites
- Once you purchase certain Web3 Domain Names, you own them forever
- Cost to file a complaint to the US Government is $370-$500
- Average cost to fight a Trademark case is between $120,000 – $750,000
We Understand Web 3
We work as an agent on your behalf to procure and recover Web 3.0 Domain Names on your behalf. With the emergence and adoption of Web3, the price of domain names are anticipated to increase exponentially in the coming months and years. If you had a chance to go back in time with the knowledge that you have today and re-start the internet, would you wait to act?
- Infringement issues
- Litigation, U.S.
- Trademark prosecution, U.S.
- Licensing and purchase/sale of copyrighted names
- Litigating Web 3 copyright disputes
- Web 3.0 Reproduction rights
- Resolving Web3 infringement issues
- Resolving Web 3 ownership disputes
- Keyword issues
- Recouping misappropriated names
- Typo squatting
Types of Web 3 Permutations:
- Bit squatting
- There is a simple flat fee per available domain name.
- Unavailable domain names are based on recovery effort