Monthly Archives: February, 2006
There has been a remarkable lack of chatter today around domain policy circles, given the rather stunning announcement out of china that starting tomorrow, China will be launching its own Top Level Domain roots for the .COM, .NET TLDs so that "[Chinese] Internet users don't have to surf the Web via the servers under the [...]
NS6.EASYDNS.NET has been added to the nameserver cluster, this node is comprised of multiple load balanced servers behind a single IP and is running out of Rackspace.com and protected by their Preventier DDoS mitigation service. This nameserver is an addition to the existing cluster deployed across Prolexic's Clean Pipe and our Q9 locations bringing further [...]
An interesting turn of events surfaced over the weekend with AOL and Yahoo's announced plans to charge a fraction of a cent for "preferred delivery" of email. Both companies will still accept unpaid email, but by paying the charges, senders will be able to bypass inbound spam filters and have their mail delivered directly to [...]
The MyPrivacy.ca whois-record-spamguard system has been upgraded to new hardware and now supports personalized whitelists. This means individual users can add their own whitelists, either email based or hostname based, which opens myprivacy.ca up to much more flexibility beyond protecting your whois records. An myprivacy.ca accounts are still free.