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  • CircleID;
  • LatinoamerICANN Project
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    Highlights of the ICANNWatch Archive
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    The Rise of a malicious resolution authority
    On May 13th, 2008 with 3 comments
    Jart writes "With an interest in Internet Security the recent research paper...
    Section: Main > Security

    Homeland Security Department was warned about DNSSEC key ownership and trust issues
    On December 19th, 2007 with 0 comments
    In a Circle ID Post that generated many comments, Geoff Huston tries to dismiss...
    Section: Main > Security

    The Politics of DNSSEC
    On September 9th, 2007 with 0 comments
    VeriSign's DNS expert, Dr. Phillip Hallam-Baker, has made a very interesting...
    Section: Main > Security

    Signing the Root -- A Turning Point in Internet History?
    On July 26th, 2007 with 0 comments
    The IGP Blog has a post about an important subject that is flying under too...
    Section: Main > SecurityIANA

    Serial Blog on DNSSEC
    On April 3rd, 2007 with 0 comments
    IGP has launched a month-long series of blog entries on DNS security, focusing...
    Section: Main > Security

    US Government
    On March 30th, 2007 with 0 comments
    Heise online reports that the US government says it must have the master key...
    Section: Main > USA Goverment RelationsSecurity

    SSAC Meeting
    On December 6th, 2006 with 0 comments
    I've posted a short note about the SSAC meeting I attended on my personal blog,...
    Section: Main > SecurityICANN Does Good

    Public Participation Exposed for the Farce It's Always Been
    On December 1st, 2006 with 1 comments
    Bret Fausett has it right:In what has to be one of its most jaw-dropping...
    Section: Main > Board of DirectorsSecurity

    AFNIC warns against slamming
    On September 19th, 2006 with 0 comments
    Loic writes "I quote:Since the beginning of the year, the AFNIC has observed a...
    Section: Main > Security

    VeriSign and Conflicts of Interest
    On February 2nd, 2005 with 0 comments
    Ian Grigg writes "Adam and I have written to ICANN on the VeriSign conflict of...
    Section: Main > SecurityVerisign/NSI

    Panix hijack: more details
    On January 17th, 2005 with 0 comments
    Panix, New York City's oldest ISP and my own beloved provider, fell victim to a...
    Section: Main > Security

    Panix's domain name Hijacked
    On January 17th, 2005 with 2 comments
    NW writes "According to a CNET story, a Slashdot post and Panix.net, the main...
    Section: Main > SecurityRegistrars

    Internet Management and National Security
    On December 10th, 2004 with 24 comments
    Bruce Levinson writes "Former CIA Director George Tenet recently gave a speech...
    Section: Main > Security

    Security Risks from Bogus Whois Problem Reports
    On November 8th, 2004 with 2 comments
    Ron_Bennett writes "Bogus "Whois Problem Reports" are increasingly going from...
    Section: Main > Security

    Keith Teare's Iconoclastic Take on the SiteFinder Report
    On July 22nd, 2004 with 21 comments
    Keith Teare has his own, unique, take on the Sitefinder report. He says it's...
    Section: Main > Security

    SSAC releases Sitefinder report
    On July 10th, 2004 with 8 comments
    GeorgeK writes "As reported in the Washington Post, ICANN's SSAC has released...
    Section: Main > Security

    DARPA Wants to Re-Do the Internet
    On March 12th, 2004 with 3 comments
    DARPA is apparently thinking about how to do the Internet better...from the...
    Section: Main > The Big PictureSecurity

    Another Report Missing in Action
    On February 26th, 2004 with 4 comments
    Free2Innovate.net asks a reasonable question, As VeriSign continues to make...
    Section: Main > SecurityVerisign/NSI

    MicroSoft Closes Browser Phishing Hole
    On February 3rd, 2004 with 7 comments
    fnord writes "MicroSoft has released a patch for their Internet Explorer web...
    Section: Main > Security

    VeriSign's New Security Seal Too Trusting?
    On November 14th, 2003 with 2 comments
    AF writes "A report on CircleID by Justin Everett-Church has revealed a...
    Section: Main > SecurityVerisign/NSI

    Paul Vixie on Latest DNS Security Initiative
    On October 21st, 2003 with 4 comments
    AF writes "CircleID interviewed Paul Vixie, Founder & Chairman of Internet...
    Section: Main > Security

    VeriSign Says SiteFinder is Just Napping
    On October 16th, 2003 with 5 comments
    Declan McCullagh reports that VeriSign plans to revive SiteFinder on 30 to 60...
    Section: Main > Verisign/NSISecurity

    2nd SECSAC Meeting re Site Finder - DC, 10/15/03
    On October 14th, 2003 with 2 comments
    BenEdelman writes "ICANN's Security and Stability Advisory Committee will hold...
    Section: Main > Verisign/NSISecurity

    Full Coverage of SESAC
    On October 7th, 2003 with 0 comments
    Full coverage of today's Security and Stability Advisory Committee meeting at...
    Section: Main > Verisign/NSISecurity

    Security and Stability Advisory Committee Recommendations
    On September 23rd, 2003 with 1 comments
    Anonymous writes "The Security and Stability Advisory Committee has posted its...
    Section: Main > Verisign/NSISecurity

    Mockapetris Wants DNSSec *NOW*
    On April 11th, 2003 with 3 comments
    The Register reports that DNS pioneer Paul Mockapetris thinks DNSSec ought to...
    Section: Main > Security

    Fake .gov Site's Registration Taken Down
    On February 5th, 2003 with 1 comments
    "In a move that raises questions about the security of governmental domains,...
    Section: Main > Security

    Network Ops Dubious About Bush Admin Internet Security Center
    On January 31st, 2003 with 2 comments
    Comments on the Nanog (North American Network Operator Group) mailing list are...
    Section: Main > Security


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