Dan Kaminsky is master of all that is terrible and wonderful about the Internet’s Domain Name Service, a vital piece of Internet infrastructure dating back to 1983, whose criticality and age make it a source of ongoing problems in Internet securityland.
James Bridle writes, “A couple of months ago I released a browser extension – Citizen Ex – which tracks your browsing (entirely privately) in order to show you your “Algorithmic Citizenship” – where your browsing actually goes, and what this means for your rights.”
Yesterday, Microsoft convinced a judge to let it take over No-IP’s DNS service, shutting down name service for many websites, in order to stop a malware attack. Today, the company fake-pologized.
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Every company wants to harness the power of social media, but few understand how to make that happen. Be one of those select few with this Social Media Marketing Course & Certification package, now just $29 in the Boing Boing Store.Over 12 modules of course material, you’ll learn what it takes to increase a brand’s […]