Tag Archives | whois

ICANN Sends Breach Notice to Internet.bs

ICANN has sent out a number of breach notices to registrars today, however one does spring out – the one sent to Internet.bs. Internet.bs, which is based in the Bahamas, received quite a bit of negative press in the past from the InfoSec community. One article on Ars Technica, for example, called them out as […]

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Telnic Increasing Wholesale Price by $1

Telnic, the .tel registry, have informed registrars that the wholesale rate for .tel domain names will be increased by $1 per year from $8 / year to $9/year effective December 1 2013. How are they justifying such a hefty price increase? This increase takes into account inflation rates and the continuing maintenance, development and provision […]

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Registrar Linked To Scott Richter Gets Slapped

ICANN’s Compliance team have sent a breach notice to registrar Dynamic Dolphin. Why? They’ve got three issues with them: Legal issues with company officers Failure to comply with the domain transfer policy (IRTP) Not providing registration agreements to registrants The first one, however, is probably the “meatiest” of the lot. Scott Richter has a rather […]

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Chinese Registrar Not Escrowing Data Correctly

ICANN’s compliance team have been quite busy so far this year. In one of their most recently published breach notices against Chinese registrar Xin Net is getting “slapped” for “Repeated failure to escrow gTLD registration data pursuant to Section 3.6 of the RAA” Unlike other compliance actions where the registrar in question simply has not […]

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Article 29 Working Party To ICANN – EU Registrars Exempt From Data Retention Requirements

The 2013 RAA was approved by ICANN’s board of directors less than a week ago. The new contract introduces a number of new obligations on ICANN accredited registrars, among them are several related to data validation, verification and retention. The Article 29 Working Party, however, has written to ICANN and made it very clear that […]

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ICANN Launch New WHOIS Inaccuracy System

ICANN’s Compliance team put the new WHOIS inaccuracy reporting system live earlier today. (Oddly enough Google alerts picked up on the new page!). The new system should make reporting issues easier for all parties involved ie. reporters, ICANN and the affected registrars. They’re also including generic information on how registrants may update their own domain […]

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.Pw Announce Launch Plans and Add Whois Server

We mentioned the plans to relaunch .pw recently. Since then the .pw team have been quite active. The new registry site is now live and includes information about the launch, with the dates of the various periods ie. sunrise, landrush and general availability. Their IANA entry was also updated earlier today to include the new […]

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