[Internet Society] Monitoring your DANE deployment

In a previous series of articles (part 1, part 2) we described how to install and use DANE for verifying your email and web server certificates through the DNS. In this article, I discuss how to monitor whether your TLSA records still match the certificates used for your services. The aim is help people doing something similar, […]

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[Internet Society] Help Make the Internet Open to All: Join SIG Women!

When we talk about women and technology, we need to talk data. In the United States, a recent report by the National Center for Women and Information Technology highlighted that only 26% of the workforce in the computer field is made up of women. In addition, a survey by Silicon Valley Bank revealed that 68% of […]

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[Internet Society] Together We Can Reduce Barriers

Accessibility is human right. People with disabilities want and need to use the Internet just like everyone else, but what can we do to reduce barriers? Especially when one billion people globally have a disability, with 80% living in developing countries. But accessibility doesn’t just happen. Policymakers, program managers, and technical experts need to incorporate […]

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[Internet Society] Internet se trouve sur un croisement des chemins: nous avons des choix à faire

As we look around at a rapidly changing world that is shaped more and more by the digital domain, we see an Internet that faces many challenges. We see an Internet at a crossroads, where we have critical choices to make about its evolution in the years to come.

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[Internet Society] The Internet is at a crossroads: we have a choice to make

As we look around at a rapidly changing world that is shaped more and more by the digital domain, we see an Internet that faces many challenges. We see an Internet at a crossroads, where we have critical choices to make about its evolution in the years to come.

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[Internet Society] Another BGP Routing Incident Highlights an Internet Without Checkpoints

Yesterday, there were two BGP routing incidents in which several high-profile sites (Google, Apple, Facebook, Microsoft, Twitch, NTT Communications and Riot Games) were rerouted to a previously unused Russian AS. The incidents only lasted about three minutes each, but demonstrated once again the lack of routing controls like those called for in MANRS that could […]

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