In December of this year the World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT-12) will be held. 193 nations will be coming together in Dubai to review the International Telecommunications Regulations as part of an ongoing United Nations treaty. Among other telecommunications issues these regulations are used for the Internet. For the first time, the agenda may […]
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Even though more than two years have passed since federal government agencies were required to support DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC) on their web sites, only 57 percent of agencies have met these requirements. In other words, about 40 percent of federal agencies have not secured their domains to protect users from domain name hijacking and […]
The need to move the Internet from IPv4 to IPv6 is inevitable. Almost all of the addresses allowed by the 32 bit based addressing scheme used in IPv4 have been assigned. The 128 bit addressing scheme within IPv6 solves that issue. While the number of available addresses is a significant driver in the need for […]
The FCC, the CSRIC and the Major ISPs should be applauded for taking on three critical issues that greatly affect the trust and security of the Internet: botnet detection, implementation of DNSSEC, and hijacking of broadband routes. Botnets (a collection of illegally controlled machines) are an invasion and theft of resources, not to mention the […]
Secure64’s SourceT Micro OS to Automate DNS Security – A $1.8 Billion Market Worldwide GREENWOOD VILLAGE, CO – May 14, 2008 – Secure64 Software Corporation today announced that the Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology (S&T) Directorate has awarded a $1.2 million contract to the company to use its Genuinely Secure SourceT® micro […]