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  1. domainthiscom

    DNS Management for listing in different marketplaces

    Hey guys, what's the best free (or lowcost) dns management for having all the txt for listing domains on different marketplaces? I was using Cloudns.net but it's too much expensive. Now I'm starting pointing to ns1.dan and ns2.dan but in this way is impossible list on Sedo and Godaddy. I don't...
  2. domainthiscom

    DNS Management for listing in different marketplaces

    Hey guys, what's the best free (or lowcost) dns management for having all the txt for listing domains on different marketplaces? I was using Cloudns.net but it's too much expensive. Now I'm starting pointing to ns1.dan and ns2.dan but in this way is impossible list on Sedo and Godaddy. I don't...
  3. Lox

    domains DNSFilter 2021 Domain Threat Report

    AI-driven web security company DNSFilter (dnsfilter.com) released its annual Domain Threat Report. Their research spans March 2020 through August 2021, but they found more than the COVID pandemic impacted end users' interaction with malicious sites. They identified trends among sites related to...
  4. Lox

    domains DNSFilter 2021 Domain Threat Report

    AI-driven web security company DNSFilter (dnsfilter.com) released its annual Domain Threat Report. Their research spans March 2020 through August 2021, but they found more than the COVID pandemic impacted end users' interaction with malicious sites. They identified trends among sites related to...
  5. Future Sensors

    DNS Evolution

    DNS Evolution The DNS is changing. Current efforts to add privacy through channel encryption in the DNS are just part of a larger picture. Authentication of DNS responses through DNSSEC is also part of the picture, as well as transport layer robustness and the concerns over the continued use of...
  6. Future Sensors

    DNS Evolution

    DNS Evolution The DNS is changing. Current efforts to add privacy through channel encryption in the DNS are just part of a larger picture. Authentication of DNS responses through DNSSEC is also part of the picture, as well as transport layer robustness and the concerns over the continued use of...
  7. Future Sensors

    DNS Openness

    DNS Openness We can pose some questions about the openness of the DNS. Read more: https://blog.apnic.net/2021/11/01/dns-openness/ https://www.slideshare.net/apnic/berec-20210927 Geoff Huston is the Chief Scientist at APNIC, the Regional Internet Registry for the Asia Pacific. Prior to this...
  8. Future Sensors

    DNS Openness

    DNS Openness We can pose some questions about the openness of the DNS. Read more: https://blog.apnic.net/2021/11/01/dns-openness/ https://www.slideshare.net/apnic/berec-20210927 Geoff Huston is the Chief Scientist at APNIC, the Regional Internet Registry for the Asia Pacific. Prior to this...
  9. Future Sensors

    security Nearly Three-Quarters of Organizations Victimized by DNS Attacks in Past 12 Months

    Nearly Three-Quarters of Organizations Victimized by DNS Attacks in Past 12 Months RESTON, VA – October 21, 2021 – Domain name system (DNS) attacks are impacting organizations at worrisome rates. According to a new survey from the Neustar International Security Council (NISC) conducted in...
  10. Future Sensors

    security Nearly Three-Quarters of Organizations Victimized by DNS Attacks in Past 12 Months

    Nearly Three-Quarters of Organizations Victimized by DNS Attacks in Past 12 Months RESTON, VA – October 21, 2021 – Domain name system (DNS) attacks are impacting organizations at worrisome rates. According to a new survey from the Neustar International Security Council (NISC) conducted in...
  11. Future Sensors

    security Can the DNS support encryption without enabling centralization?

    Can the DNS support encryption without enabling centralization? DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) and DNS-over-TLS (DoT) improve the privacy of DNS queries and responses. While encryption is a positive thing, deployment of these protocols has, in some cases, resulted in further centralization of the DNS...
  12. Future Sensors

    security Can the DNS support encryption without enabling centralization?

    Can the DNS support encryption without enabling centralization? DNS-over-HTTPS (DoH) and DNS-over-TLS (DoT) improve the privacy of DNS queries and responses. While encryption is a positive thing, deployment of these protocols has, in some cases, resulted in further centralization of the DNS...
  13. Future Sensors

    information Deprecating infrastructure .INT domains

    Deprecating infrastructure .INT domains I wanted to draw your attention to an Internet Draft we’ve developed, its goal is to formally deprecate a number of historic “.int” domains that were designated for Internet infrastructure purposes decades ago and appear for all intents and purposes...
  14. Future Sensors

    information Deprecating infrastructure .INT domains

    Deprecating infrastructure .INT domains I wanted to draw your attention to an Internet Draft we’ve developed, its goal is to formally deprecate a number of historic “.int” domains that were designated for Internet infrastructure purposes decades ago and appear for all intents and purposes...
  15. Future Sensors

    security DNS security and key ceremonies

    DNS security and key ceremonies This post will focus on a key part of DNSSEC infrastructure — Root KSK ceremonies. These ceremonies exist to provide transparency to the Internet community around the creation, use, and storage of the Root KSK. Transparency is essential in establishing trust of...
  16. Future Sensors

    security DNS security and key ceremonies

    DNS security and key ceremonies This post will focus on a key part of DNSSEC infrastructure — Root KSK ceremonies. These ceremonies exist to provide transparency to the Internet community around the creation, use, and storage of the Root KSK. Transparency is essential in establishing trust of...
  17. Future Sensors

    security Who emailed who? Institutional privacy risks in the DNS

    Who emailed who? Institutional privacy risks in the DNS https://blog.apnic.net/2021/10/04/who-emailed-who-institutional-privacy-risks-in-the-dns/
  18. Future Sensors

    security Who emailed who? Institutional privacy risks in the DNS

    Who emailed who? Institutional privacy risks in the DNS https://blog.apnic.net/2021/10/04/who-emailed-who-institutional-privacy-risks-in-the-dns/
  19. Bob Hawkes

    information Domain Investing: Just The Basics – Part 2

    Last week’s Domain Investing: Just The Basics – Part 1 looked at domain name terms, extensions, and the basics for researching, registering, buying, renewing, and listing domain names. The article also considered developing a plan for your domain name investments. This week, I take a look at...
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