Guest Post: ccTLD data shows some interesting trends, especially for operators and those wishing to build capability in the Asia Pacific region.
Guest Post: How integration with OpenID Connect secured the RDAP service of ccTLD .it.
Guest Post: An overlooked DNS vulnerability that, when combined with a configuration error, is leading to massive DNS traffic surges.
Guest Post: Study shows big five content providers are at various stages of DNSSEC, IPv6 and TCP adoption.
Guest Post: Study shows that even the use of anycast with a short TTL on the authoritative server-side cannot match the gains of longer TTLs.
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: GZ Kabir shares his highlights from ICANN 59, including the 10th anniversary of the ICANN Fellowship Program.
Senior Training Specialist Nurul Islam held a five-day workshop in Myanmar to help Post and Telecommunication Department staff build their Internet infrastructure knowledge.
APNIC staff participated at the 17th Pacific Network Operators’ Group (PacNOG 17) from 13 to 17 July 2015 in Apia, Samoa.
At IETF90 tech staff from the RIR and ccTLD/gTLD communities held an all-day RDAP interop test. RDAP is the protocol and data specification in JSON which hopefully can replace WHOIS in the long term.