As a result of the amendment, it is not only website addresses used to undertake phishing attempts or distribute malicious software that can be blocked, but also the addresses of any websites that indirectly support these activities. The amendment also states the conditions according to which data traffic leading to this address can be analysed, particularly to identify the infected computers and inform the victims.On the other hand, the rules for .swiss must be modified, in line with experience gained in the first two years of operation with the domain. This means adherence to the principle that .swiss addresses may only be assigned to people who are entered in the commercial register as sole traders, but not to natural persons.