Guest Post: KINDNS is a new initiative to promote DNS operational security best practices and to encourage DNS operators to voluntarily commit to their implementation.
Guest Post: Global sum of DNS abuse dropped in absolute terms and normalized rates, ICANN reports.
APNIC actively participated at the 3rd ICANN APAC-TWNIC Engagement Forum and 37th TWNIC OPM, held in Taipei from 12 to 13 May 2022.
What exactly is a ‘key ceremony’ and why are they important for trust?
Guest Post: Towards an inclusive and multilingual Internet.
Geoff Huston and João Damas presented on ‘Measuring recursive resolver centrality’ at the ICANN DNS Symposium 2021, held online from 25 to 27 May 2021.
APNIC supported and participated at the 2nd ICANN APAC-TWNIC Engagement Forum, held in Taipei from 15 to 16 April 2021.
A recent study examines new metrics that could passively track traffic to ICANN managed root servers.
Never did anyone think a virus would be the trigger for the root signing emergency plan.
What happens when a safe containing the devices to facilitate the Root Signing Ceremony doesn’t open?