Guest Post: In a burning world, functionality is more important than security, but remains trumped by safety.
Guest Post: The Internet of today will neither be sustainable nor resilient in the future, unless we change our ways.
Guest Post: RFC 9199 presents considerations to improve the security, resilience, and performance for large authoritative DNS server operators.
Guest Post: Two DNS-related incidents that we see a lot in Japan are phishing sites and domain hijackings.
APNIC’s Dashboard for Autonomous System Health now has a route status service.
Guest Post: The easiest way to conceptualize zero trust is by considering what it is not.
Guest Post: New open-source tool identifies 30 unique bugs across popular DNS implementations like Bind, Knot, NSD, and PowerDNS.
Guest Post: OpenLI is the world’s first open-source Lawful Interception software solution.
Guest Post: Exploiting routing decisions made in BGP when networks cannot retrieve RPKI information from publication points.
Guest Post: A single Internet connected device employing EUI-64 can enable tracking of other devices, even if all other devices use privacy mechanisms such as IPv6 privacy extensions and the ISP employs prefix rotation.