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0d5Afilias gets Guinness record for .au migration
Afilias has got its recent takeover of .au recognized by Guinness as an official world record. The company was given the title of Largest Migration of an Internet Top-Level Domain in a Single Transition at an event in...
0d5KSK vote was NOT unanimous
ICANN s board of directors on Sunday voted to approve the forthcoming security key change at the DNS root, but there was some dissent. Director Avri Doria, a Nominating Committee appointee, said today that she provided...
0d5Dynamically and scallably do views
I'm looking for a solution to creating a DNS server that allows for me to dyamically update views and handle a large number of statements. My goal is to create an ip specific DNS filter. I have looked at using bind-dlz...
0d8Expanding DNSSEC Adoption (Cloudflare)
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0d8DNSSEC Signer Migration (RIPE Labs)
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0d7ICANN turns 20 today (or maybe not)
ICANN is expected to celebrate its 20th anniversary at its Barcelona meeting next month, but by some measures it has already had its birthday. If you ask Wikipedia, it asserts that ICANN was created on September 18,...
1d10Lessons Learned from the Namejuice/DROA/DROC Outage
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1d11Client's GoDaddy A Record yesterday mysteriously rolled...
We have documentation confirming the IP change (we implemented on GoDaddy DNS editor panel) a few months ago. Yesterday sometime the IP address reverted, taking the site down. GoDaddy's explanation is the few-months-ago...
1d9Van der Laan to leave ICANN board
Former Dutch politician Lousewies van der Laan is to leave the ICANN board of directors next month and be replaced with the former CEO of the Serbian ccTLD. ICANN said yesterday that Danko Jevtovic, who headed RNIDS from...
1d8Set buttocks to clench! ICANN approves risky KSK rollover
ICANN has approved the first rollover of the domain name system s master security key, setting the clock ticking on a change that could cause internet access issues for millions. The so-called KSK rollover, when ICANN...
1d8Mediators hired as Whois reformers butt heads
ICANN has hired professional mediators to help resolve strong disagreements in the working group tasked with reforming Whois for the post-GDPR world. Kurt Pritz, chair of the Expedited Policy Development Process for...
5d9Position and event forwarding from Traccar
The Traccar server component has rather good support for notifying a user of a particular event. For example when a device enters or leaves a geofence or, if the device has support for it, notifying that ignition has...
5d9Back to school with the Cisco Umbrella Chromebook client
We’re excited to announce the availability of the Cisco Umbrella Chromebook client! With the Umbrella Chromebook client, you can protect your Chromebook users from threats on the internet, no matter where they are. As...
5d9US scraps fucking stupid “seven dirty words” ban
Neustar and the US government have agreed to dump their longstanding ban on profanity in .us domains. A contract change quietly published in July has now made it possible to register .us domains containing the strings...
5d9Beginning of the end for DomainTools? Court orders it to...
DomainTools has been temporarily banned from collecting and publishing the Whois records of all .nz domains. A Washington court yesterday handed down a preliminary injunction against the company, after New Zealand s...
7d11PIR chief: registries should stop stressing about volume
Public Interest Registry has announced some sweeping changes to how it markets .org and its other TLDs, with interim CEO Jay Daley telling DI that there s too much focus on volumes in the industry today. PIR is scrapping...
7d11.CLUB sees spam double after China promotion
.CLUB Domains has seen the amount of spam in .club double a month after seeing a huge registration spike prompted by a deep discount deal. The registry saw its domains under management go up by about 200,000 names over a...
7d12Com Laude acquires Scottish rival
Brand protection registrar Com Laude has picked up smaller competitor Demys for an undisclosed sum. Demys, based in Edinburgh, is an ICANN-accredited registrar that specializes in the UK automotive, retail/leisure, media...
8d12Upset about Sonos
All I wanted for Christmas in 2009 was a Sonos. Almost nine years have passed since I purchased the first S5 player (they’re called differently now), and we enjoyed the system so much, that we recommended it to quite a...
8d9Spoofing DNS with fragments
With some care, it turns out to be possible to spoof fake DNS responses using fragmented datagrams. While preparing a presentation for XS4ALL back in 2009, I found out how this could be done, but I never got round to...
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