RIPE NCC in the News
- Public Key to Secure DNS Servers
Internet infrastructure organisation RIPE NCC claims it has reached a milestone with the publication of a root zone key that will enable a more secure web. (Source: PC Pro)
- DNSSEC Protocol Kicks off in Internet Root Zone
The DNSSEC initiative to embed security at the heart of the internet by preventing URL spoofing and other attacks has passed an important milestone. (Source ZDNet UK)
- DNSSEC Should Prove Toxic for Cache-Poisoners
When the DNSSEC protocol public key is deployed on 15 July, it will be Black Thursday for the criminals who redirect traffic to fraudulent websites, says Axel Pawlik (RIPE NCC). (Source: ZDNet UK)
- Are you Ready for the Big Internet Crunch?
In 18 months time the internet as we know it will no longer be able to grow (Source: CNN).
- Q&A: RIPE NCC Managing Director Axel Pawlik
Is the IPv4 address space finally about to be depleted? (Source: Computing.co.uk)
- Demand for IPv4 Addresses Surges
RIPE NCC says talk of black market is premature. (Source: PC Advisor)
- Internet approaches addressing limit
In less than 18 months there will be no more big blocks of IPv4 addresses to give out, estimates suggest. (Source: BBC).
- IPv4 addresses dwindling as allocations hit record high
Number Resource Organisation sees record take-up of IPv4 and IPv6 addresses.
- IPv4 addresses: Less than 10% Still Available
The shortage of IPv4 addresses has reached a critical stage, according to the registries that allocate internet numbers around the world.
- IPv4 addresses to be exhausted by 2012
Number Resource Organization urges firms to switch to IPv6 now.