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Are you working on a project that has the potential to increase the resilience of the Internet and benefits the Internet community? If so, apply for funding! ...
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We are happy to announce the election of two new selection committee members for the RIPE NCC Community Projects Fund.
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The main goal of CrypTech is to create an open-source design for a hardware cryptographic engine for Hardware Security Modules (HSMs). At the same time it also ...
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Going online on unknown Internet hotspots - whether at a restaurant, an airport or in a restaurant - isn't actually very safe or secure for users. This is due ...
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IPv6 SEcure Neighbor Discovery (SEND) is an extension to countermeasure the security threats in IPv6 Neighbor Discovery Protocol (NDP). SEND provides address ...
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Based on existing studies and research about the digital environment in Serbia, its legal and technical features, usage and habits among Internet users, the ...
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Over the last two years NLnet Labs has been working on free, open source RPKI software and research for the community, supported by the RIPE NCC Community ...
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The Tor project received support from the RIPE NCC Community Projects Fund 2019. In this article we summarise the work that the Tor project did this year to ...
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The secondary IP address market has become a viable source of IPv4 address space, but it may also present opportunities to malicious networks to bypass ...
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Thanks to the RIPE NCC Community Project Fund we were able to revive the OpenBGPD daemon and bring more diversity to the Route Server landscape.
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