Geoff Huston delves into the statistics to test common theories on the deployment of IPv6. Are they true?
Last week’s Internet and IPv6 security workshop in Bangkok was the latest in a string of partnership initiatives between APNIC and the ITU in the Asia Pacific.
Guest Post: Despite popular belief, IPv6 multihoming is possible. Find out how.
Guest Post: Leveraging end hosts is an efficient way to monitor the health of a network, compare performances across providers, and quickly spot issues.
Guest Post: Learn how one unsuspecting subdomain owner managed to serve 390,000+ PDF books without any servers being compromised.
Guest Post: First of its kind study monitors the growth of a new transport protocol, QUIC.
Guest Post: Study scans 600 million certificates from 30 CT logs to analyze the application of best security practices.
Guest Post: Coupled with an additional two-bit signal, the Valid Edge Counter, the QUIC spin bit can provide a higher resolution of latency trouble spots in a network.
Guest Post: A study looking at TLS adoption in Japan finds HTTPS web traffic has increased by a factor of 14 in the last 10 years.
APNIC was among the 239 participants at PITA 22, held in Guam from 23 to 27 April 2018.