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How Carwale.com Improves Website Performance
by Sohini Bagchi    Feb 09, 2016
Category : Case Studies
Technology : Web Technologies
Rajeev Kumar, VP, Technology at CarWale, noted, “Improving DNS performance was the first step we needed to take to make sure the visitor experience was the best.”
Combating Cyber Threats By Collaborative Conversation
by Preeti S    Dec 31, 2015
Category : Interviews
Sudeep Charles, Product Marketing Manager, APJ at Akamai Technologies, outlines some of the key issues in cyber security.
DNSChanger: Not a Major CIO Threat
by Sohini Bagchi    Jul 09, 2012
Technology : Hardware & Software
DNSChanger malware has already created ripples across the globe and thousands of internet users in India are expected to lose access as the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) shuts down temporary domain name system (DNS) servers.
Tags: DNS, Malware
F5, Infoblox to provide complete DNS security soln
by CXOtoday Staff    Mar 05, 2010
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Hardware & Software
F5 and Infoblox have partnered to develop a solution to simplify and speed deployment of the Domain Name System Security Extensions (DNSSEC). This includes high-performance DNS and global server load balancing functions, all supporting signed...
Tags: DNS, F5, Infoblox
Internet Tops 192 Million Domain Name Reg
by CXOtoday Staff    Feb 23, 2010
Category : News & Analysis
Technology : Web Technologies
According to the latest Domain Name Industry Brief published by VeriSign, the Internet added 11 million domain name registrations in the fourth quarter of 2009. This reflects a steady pace of Internet growth a quarter-century after the birth of...
".tel is the biggest innovation since .com"
by Abhinna Shreshtha    Feb 20, 2009
Category : Interviews
Technology : Infrastructure
What was the genesis of .tel? .tel was conceived back in 2000 of the realization that communications and the Internet were due to converge. There was no appropriate neutral platform to provide an individual/business with the ability to store...
DNS Cache Poisoning Attacks Microsoft Servers
by CXOtoday Staff    Apr 07, 2005
Category : News & Analysis
The DNS cache poisoning that had surfaced more than a month ago and which led users to be redirected from popular websites to malicious sites, infecting their machines with spyware, is continuing, according to the Internet Storm Center (ISC),...
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