In one embodiment, a security device identifies, from monitored network traffic of one or more users, one or more suspicious domain names as candidate domains, the one or more suspicious domain names identified based on an occurrence of linguistic units used in discovered domain names within the monitored network traffic. The security device may then determine one or more features of the candidate domains, and confirms certain domains of the candidate domains as malicious domains using a parameterized classifier against the one or more features.
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