Domain Protected Marks List

Block domain registrations of your trademark in over 300+ top-level domains

DPML Block Malicious Registrations

The Domain Name Protected Marks List (DPML) is a service that allows brand owners to block the registration of domain names containing their registered trademarks. The DPML creates a list of trademarked terms that are protected across all the top-level domains (TLDs) supported by the registry, preventing anyone from registering domain names that contain those terms.

The DPML benefits brands by providing an additional layer of protection against cybersquatting and trademark infringement. It saves brand owners the time and expense of constantly monitoring new domain name registrations and pursuing legal action against infringers. The DPML also helps brands maintain a consistent and secure online presence, safeguarding their reputation and customer trust.

Some of the domain names include .fail. .fyi, .expert, info, .group and other TLDs that are cheap to register and often used in domain name spoofing attacks.


DPML blocks exact match second-level domains across standard-priced Identity Digital TLDs that match your trademark. DPML subscribers can submit unlimited overrides of blocked terms to use their domains, without incurring additional override fees.

Features & Specs

  • Exact match protection
  • 300+ extensions
  • Free domain unblocks
  • Homographic protection
  • 1,3,5 or 10 year registrations


Enjoy all the great benefits of DMPL standard, with added blocking for premium domains that match your trademark, and the flexibility to protect an additional 3 user-selected variants of your trademark.

Features & Specs

  • The same as DPML, plus:
  • Misspellings
  • Exact match mark plus 3 additional strings.
  • Blocks all premium second-level domains.
  • Can’t be overridden by other parties with the same trademark without consent.

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