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A threat actor known as Prolific Puma has been maintaining a low profile and operating an underground link shortening service that’s offered to other threat actors for at least over the past four years.

Prolific Puma creates “domain names with an RDGA [registered domain generation algorithm] and use these domains to provide a link shortening service to other malicious actors, helping them evade detection while they distribute phishing, scams, and malware,” Infoblox said in a new analysis pieced together from Domain Name System (DNS) analytics.

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