APNIC welcomes your suggestions to help us consider the best approach to addressing ROA inconsistencies.
Do you have a presentation you’d like to share with the Asia Pacific Internet operations community? The APRICOT 2019 Call for Papers is now open.
Apply now for a fellowship to attend APRICOT 2019 in Daejeon, South Korea. Applications close on Monday, 29 October.
Guest Post: New Zealand’s Domain Name Commissioner discusses how the domain name sector could work with law enforcement agencies to ensure a safe and trusted domain name space across jurisdictions.
Guest Post: Following the success of HKNOG6.1, Hong Kong is set to host the 2nd Peering Asia event in October.
The bcrypt mechanism provides APNIC Members with an easy-to-use method of protecting their whois objects from unauthorized changes.
The Open Policy Meeting at APNIC 46 in Noumea, New Caledonia, reached consensus on prop-125: Validation of “abuse-mailbox” and other IRT emails.
The myIDNIC service will enable IDNIC members to update their registration information, and manage their resource and annual membership payments in one place.
APNIC has launched its new Internet Directory, an upgrade of existing information services that have evolved over the years.
Thanks to everyone who attended APNIC 46 in Nouméa, New Caledonia — we hope you enjoyed it!