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  • Do You Have a New gTLD?

    The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) is currently approving many generic top-level domains (gTLDs). What are gTLDs? This is the last part or the suffix of a domain name. The most popular gTLD is .com. There are probably many purposes to issue gTLDs. They range from allowing domain subscribers to use popular site names that have already

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  • Secure Non-Registered Domains with New Private SSL Certificates

    Are you an SSL certificate owner that has SSL certificates that protect non-registered domains? What are non-registered domains? Well, let’s first talk about registered domains. These are the domains where you register the domain root to an approved top-level domain (TLD) through an online registry such as example.com. Once you have example.com registered, then you can support Web servers such

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  • Nitol Malware — Leveraging Dynamic DNS for Nefarious Gains

    A malicious botnet called ‘Nitol’ was interrupted by Microsoft on Sept. 13. ‘Nitol’ was using a Dynamic DNS to enable the infected bot computers to communicate with the hacker’s command and control server. For background, it is possible to serve a website from a home computer, but the difficulty is that your home Internet service provider provides a constantly changing

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  • Secure gTLD

    As a follow to my post on new gTLDs, here is an interesting request for a gTLD called .secure. Artemis Internet is planning to provide secure domain names. Security will be provided through human verification, security policies, and enforcement. The .secure gTLD would be available to any organization or individual. The users would have to follow a strict code of

        in Certificate Management, Secure Browsing, SSL, SSL Deployment
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  • Nitol Malware — Leveraging Dynamic DNS for Nefarious Gains

    A malicious botnet called ‘Nitol’ was interrupted by Microsoft on Sept. 13. ‘Nitol’ was using a Dynamic DNS to enable the infected bot computers to communicate with the hacker’s command and control server. For background, it is possible to serve a website from a home computer, but the difficulty is that your home Internet service provider provides a constantly changing

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  • Secure gTLD

    As a follow to my post on new gTLDs, here is an interesting request for a gTLD called .secure. Artemis Internet is planning to provide secure domain names. Security will be provided through human verification, security policies, and enforcement. The .secure gTLD would be available to any organization or individual. The users would have to follow a strict code of

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