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Afilias gibt Juroren-Gremium für den .INFO-Award bekannt

Top-Experten aus der Industrie unterstützen bei der Wahl zur besten .INFO-Website

Dublin, 20. Oktober 2009 - Die Mitglieder der Jury für den .INFO-Award 2009 stehen fest. Afilias veröffentlicht heute die Liste der Juroren, die dieses Jahr die Wahl zur besten .INFO-Website unterstützen. Der offizielle Start der Ausschreibung des Awards war vergangene Woche. Prämiert werden die weltweit besten professionell gestalteten .INFO-Sites.

Afilias joins Chinese Domain Name Consortium Highlighting the Importance of the Chinese Domain Market and IDN technology

BEIJING - August 6, 2009 - Afilias, a global provider of Internet infrastructure services, today announced that it has joined the Chinese Domain Name Consortium (CDNC). Afilias will work with the CDNC to coordinate and collaborate with other registries to reach Chinese language Internet users with Internationalized Domain Name technology. Afilias is a registry services provider to nearly 15 million domain names, across 15 top-level domains (TLDs).

"The importance of the Chinese domain name market cannot be understated," said Mr.

Afilias Secures Millions of Internet Domains from BIND 9 Vulnerability with DNS Diversity Strategy

DUBLIN, IRELAND - July 30, 2009 - Afilias, a global provider of Internet infrastructure services, today announced that its DNS network, which supports approximately 10 percent of the Internet's domain names, is secure from the recently announced BIND 9 vulnerability that could cause a denial of service (DoS) attack against DNS name servers. Afilias' network and customers are protected by its DNS diversity strategy, which avoids single points of failure like sole reliance on a single DNS resolution software such as BIND.

.ORG, The Public Interest Registry Advances and Makes Strides with Domain Name Security Extensions

The .ORG Registry continues its commitment to bolstering the future of Internet security

Reston, VA - July 22, 2009 - .ORG, The Public Interest Registry ( announces today the achievement of key milestones with Domain Name Security Extensions (DNSSEC). PIR is dedicated to transparency in its implementation and sharing lessons learned with the Internet infrastructure community, with the goal of widespread adoption of DNSSEC. DNSSEC is a very important starting point that will allow companies to evaluate how to secure the many applications that are intertwined with DNS.

Afilias Launches new 'Deals' Page to Highlight Special .INFO Domain Sales

DUBLIN, IRELAND -21 July 2009 - Afilias, a global provider of Internet infrastructure services and registry for the .INFO domain, today announced that is has added a new service aggregating .INFO Authorized Registrar special offers and sales on .INFO domain names.

The new "Deals" page allows Internet users interested in purchasing .INFO domain names to keep track of the latest

VIDEO: .INFO Security Success

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.INFO Case Study: Reducing Phishing Uptime

Afilias' Ram Mohan discusses the effects of the .INFO Domain Anti-Abuse Policy in reducing phishing uptimes and what other TLD operators should consider during the February 2009 APTLD meeting.

.INFO Case Study: Domain Anti-Abuse Policies Work

Ram Mohan of Afilias speaking on .INFO's success in dealing with domain abuse during his keynote presentations at APTLD February 23, 2009.

VIDEO: Conficker's Initial Implications for TLD Operators

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Overview of Conficker's initial implications for TLD operators

Afilias' Ram Mohan warns TLD operators about the impact of Conficker, early in its gestation during the February 2009 APTLD meeting. Mr. Mohan warns that "...the Son of Conficker could be far greater. They could go and register domain names in every registry. If that were to happen the Internet as we know it could get put on hold."