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Microsoft ended support for Windows XP as of April 2014. We're about to change RIPE Atlas and RIPEstat to stop support for Internet Explorer 8 running on these ...
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It's possible to look at RIPE Atlas probes from the perspective of IoT - a key element of the service is the physical devices deployed all over the world. Read ...
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DNSSEC signing solutions and products have evolved greatly since we first began signing our zones. We are now exploring ways of doing it better and smarter.
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Please read this guest post by Byron Ellacott, Senior Software Architect at APNIC: The Internet of Things without the Internet is just things, and we’ve had ...
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Cybersecurity is no longer a corporate or private affair. What once was simply good business practice is now a legal obligation for ISPs, large and small. What ...
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Network anomalies are not understood the same way among the network experts. However, establishing a unified view is important for the development of anomaly ...
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A few weeks ago the RIPE NCC was alerted to a rapid increase in DNSKEY queries for its signed reverse DNS zones. We did some investigations. Read about the ...
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In September of this year, we activated DNS-based Authentication of Named Entities (DANE) for our main web services, including www.ripe.net, the LIR Portal, ...
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In this article we will give some insights into the overall architecture of the RIPE Atlas network and how we manage secure communication with our probe flock.
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Is the elliptical curve cryptographic algorithm (ECDSA) a viable crypto algorithm for use in DNSSEC today? And what has changed over the last two years?
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