Norid, the domain name registry for Norway (.no), has a page on their site about co.no which is worth reading.While most of it is "normal" ie. co.no is a domain and subdomains off it are being sold etc., etc., what is vaguely worrying is the last part of the page:The domain co.no is on a "prohibited/reserved"-list (Appendix A in the domain name policy). This means that while … [Read more...] about Norid Trying To Scare Prospective Registrants of co.no domains?
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The Belgian domain name registry, dns.be, has enabled DNSSEC starting today. DNSSEC uses cryptography to digitally sign DNS data to help avoid fraudulent attacks on users, such as cache poisoning and others. You can read more about the technology here … [Read more...] about Belgian Registry Launch DNSSEC
The Swedish domain name registry has announced that they have breached the one million domain name mark. Danny Aerts, CEO of the .se registry, is obviously delighted with the milestone: Achieving one million is confirmation that we have succeeded in making .se the obvious top domain choice in Sweden Full story on their site … [Read more...] about SE Registry Breaks One Million Name Mark