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provados.com

A serious name that is derived from the word ‘prove’ that merits attention. Keywords:  proof, attest, confirm, vouch, affirm, verify, certify, testify, support, corroborate, prove, qualify

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wimero.com

A simply splendid, memorable name that pops with a winning spirit. Keywords:  abstract, general, generic, versatile, diverse, flexible, adaptable, brandable, universal

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KSK vote was NOT unanimous

ICANN’s board of directors on Sunday voted to approve the forthcoming security key change at the DNS root, but there was some dissent. Director Avri Doria, a Nominating Committee appointee, said today that she provided the lone vote against the DNSSEC KSK rollover, which is expected to cause temporary internet access problems for potentially a […]

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Domain name sinkholes and those funky domain registrations

Sinkholes are why you see companies register a bunch of weird domain names. A different kind of sinkhole. Palo Alto Networks Inc was granted a patent today related to domain sinkholing, and it’s a continuation patent of one that was granted in 2016. It reminded me of times I’ve seen companies (notably Microsoft) register a […]

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truesentinel.com

True Sentinel: A brand that ensures total protection, wringing bells of robotics and science fiction. Keywords:  sentinel, robotics, medicine, scifi, matrix, technology, artificialintelligence, detection, guard, security

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nanosilo.com

Nano Silo: A technical name that is small but mighty in its stature. Keywords:  micro, miniature, tiny, small, little, silos, minuscule, nano, mills, factory, plants, manufacturing

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Empty Whois a threat to the US elections?

Could a lack of Whois records thwart the fight against attempts to interfere in this year’s US elections? That’s the threat raised by DomainTools CEO Tim Chen in a blog post, and others, this week. Chen points to recent research by Facebook, based on an investigation by security company FireEye, that linked a large network […]

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Whois privacy did NOT increase spam volumes

The advent of more-or-less blanket Whois privacy has not immediately led to the feared uptick in spam, according to researchers. Data from Cisco’s Talos email data service, first highlighted by security company Recorded Future this week, shows spam levels have been basically flat to slightly down since ICANN’s GDPR-inspired new Whois policy came into effect […]

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Microsoft seizes “Russian election hacking” domains

Microsoft has taken control of six domains associated with a hacker group believed to be a part of Russian military intelligence, according to the company. Company president Brad Smith blogged yesterday that Microsoft obtained a court order allowing it to seize the names, which it believes were to be used to attack institutions including the […]

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comply.com

Simply uses the word “comply”, engaging all that must act in accordance to a set of rules, typically in any business environment Keywords:  comply, compliance, saas, business, correspondence, regulation, businesslaw, corporate, management, training

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