Archive for March, 2011

DomainGuardians.com Add John Edward to Team

Domain Guardians are on cloud nine with the addition of John Edward to their team. “We’re beside ourselves to have John on board.” says Director Jen Sale. The addition of Edward to the Domain Guardians team provides the group with an unprecedented level of expertise to help domain name owners and their loved ones manage […]

xxx’ domain proposed for pornography – Daily Texan Online

You might have a difficult time convincing your significant other that your favorite websites aren’t porn after the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers approved the new .xxx domain suffix for adult websites on March 18. The plan would…

Tighter security available to .com sites, only with upgrades – Australian Techworld

As of March 31, VeriSign supports a security standard called DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC) on the 90 million-plus names that have been registered in the .com domain. DNSSEC allows websites to verify their domain names and corresponding IP addresses …

Tighter security available to .com sites, only with upgrades – Australian Techworld

As of March 31, VeriSign supports a security standard called DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC) on the 90 million-plus names that have been registered in the .com domain. DNSSEC allows websites to verify their domain names and corresponding IP addresses …

The X Factor: Porn Goes .XXX with New Online Name – Associated Content

After 7 years of evaluation, the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) has approved the application of ICM Internet registry for the dot xxx top level domain (TLD) name, which adds the suffix .xxx to porn sites or other online adu…

Internet security hits major milestone, as .com signs on – GCN.com

the largest domain on the Internet with more than 90 million registered names. The publishing of the new root zone for .com with delegation signature records at about 11 a.m. Eastern Time was called a critical milestone in deployment of the security …

Tighter security available to .com sites, but upgrades required – Network World Fusion

As of March 31, VeriSign supports a security standard called DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC) on the 90 million-plus names that have been registered in the .com domain. DNSSEC “is not hard, but it does put a significant strain on your resources,” says …