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The DNS – your most vulnerable ally

The DNS – your most vulnerable ally | iUNGi - DNS | Scoop.it
The domain name system is incredibly vulnerable, but at the same time it can be your biggest ally in detecting threats.   Talking to Cricket Liu, chief infrastructure officer at Infoblox, he pointe...
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Afilias Supports the CrypTech Project - Ambitious Hardware Encryption Effort ... - CircleID

Afilias Supports the CrypTech Project - Ambitious Hardware Encryption Effort ... - CircleID | iUNGi - DNS | Scoop.it
Global domain registry operator and Internet technology innovator Afilias has pledged funding support to the CrypTech Project.
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Good news!

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Could Facebook be your next phone company?

Could Facebook be your next phone company? | iUNGi - DNS | Scoop.it
Yes, thanks to WebRTC. This open-source project aims to transform the humble Web browser into a full-featured unified communications portal

Via Chuck Sherwood, Senior Associate, TeleDimensions, Inc
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Securing the Internet of Things: A Proposed Framework

Securing the Internet of Things: A Proposed Framework | iUNGi - DNS | Scoop.it
Securing the Internet of Things (#IoT): A Proposed Framework http://t.co/x6BySciiwe #security http://t.co/Ck2FW4xQfR
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Love end-to-end-thinking!

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Secure your DNS to avoid losing business - Part 1 - Avira Blog

Secure your DNS to avoid losing business - Part 1 - Avira Blog | iUNGi - DNS | Scoop.it
DNS is the equivalent of a phonebook for the Internet. What many don’t realize is that there is much more behind it than just name to IP translation.
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Increasing sense of urgency when it comes to vulnerability and reasons to organize sustainable professional software support!

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Jan-Piet Mens :: Enabling DANE

Jan-Piet Mens :: Enabling DANE | iUNGi - DNS | Scoop.it

The impromptu midnight DNSSEC tutorial I gave last Saturday during the Ansible meetup in Utrecht was quite successful: only one third of the participants fell asleep (a good turnout for me), but I attribute that solely to the Gin&Tonics which were consumed during the tutorial.


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Tomas Hozza - DNSSEC (not only) on workstations

The support of DNSSEC in server software it pretty good, but there are still missing parts of DNSSEC support in client side software. Client side support is ...
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Solar panels could destroy U.S. utilities, according to U.S. utilities

Solar panels could destroy U.S. utilities, according to U.S. utilities | iUNGi - DNS | Scoop.it
Rooftop solar panels and other distributed-energy tools will radically shake up the power sector, according to an unusually frank report from a utility trade group. (Solar panels could destroy U.S. utilities, according to U.S.

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Mobile Devices Have Become 'Prosthetic Brains,' Web Guru Says

Mobile Devices Have Become 'Prosthetic Brains,' Web Guru Says | iUNGi - DNS | Scoop.it
Most mobile apps make a huge mistake with the whole "mobile first" myth, says Web guru Alistair Croll. (RT @SAPMobile: Why is interrupting people a good thing in #mobile design?
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Evolving from smart grids to smart cities

Evolving from smart grids to smart cities | iUNGi - DNS | Scoop.it
The energy infrastructure is arguably the single most important feature in any city. If unavailable for a significant enough period of time, all other functions will eventually cease. A smart grid ...
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Smart Homes, Smart Cities Markets To Double By 2017

Smart Homes, Smart Cities Markets To Double By 2017 | iUNGi - DNS | Scoop.it
The world's population is still growing fast, and our cities are absorbing the majority of that growth. Naturally, rapid urbanization comes with a variety of challenges and problems.
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Stanford and Hanyang Universities Develop New Production Method For Solar Thin Film

Apr. 9, 2013 — Hanyang University in collaboration with Stanford University has succeeded in fabricating peel-and-stick thin film solar cells (TFSCs). The Si wafer is clean and reusable.
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Toyota Introduces i-ROAD, An Electric Personal Mobility Vehicle - DesignTAXI.com

Toyota Introduces i-ROAD, An Electric Personal Mobility Vehicle - DesignTAXI.com | iUNGi - DNS | Scoop.it
Toyota Introduces i-ROAD, An Electric Personal Mobility Vehicle - DesignTAXI.com (Toyota Introduces i-ROAD, An Electric Personal Mobility Vehicle http://t.co/fC03uUoM8E)...
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Gartner Report: Market Guide for DNS, DHCP, and IP Address Management (DDI) | DDI (Secure DNS, DHCP, and IPAM) | Infoblox

Gartner Report: Market Guide for DNS, DHCP, and IP Address Management (DDI) | DDI (Secure DNS, DHCP, and IPAM) | Infoblox | iUNGi - DNS | Scoop.it
.ds-2col-stacked > .group-right {
float: none !important;
width: 100% !important;
}

.ds-2col-stacked > .group-left {
display: none !important;
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#page-title {
padding: 0 50px !
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DNSSEC has now become operationally viable and is already being used to verify DNS zone contents.[3] Putting DANE into Domain Name System (DNS) zones lets authorities extend authentication from DNS...

DNSSEC has now become operationally viable and is already being used to verify DNS zone contents.[3] Putting DANE into Domain Name System (DNS) zones lets authorities extend authentication from DNS... | iUNGi - DNS | Scoop.it
http://blogs.verisigninc.com/blog/entry/what_s_in_a_name
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Welcome To Privacy Hell, Also Known As The Internet Of Things - Fast Company

Welcome To Privacy Hell, Also Known As The Internet Of Things - Fast Company | iUNGi - DNS | Scoop.it
In the strange, new, data-leaking world of the IoT, hackers may be our best hope for keeping our identitiesand livesintact.
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Aka the internet of threads....

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Inside the Domain Name System - YouTube

When your browser tries to load youtube.com, how does it know where to contact YouTube's web servers? This video explains the basics of the Domain Name Syste...
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Nice explanation

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Against DNSSEC — Quarrelsome

Against DNSSEC — Quarrelsome | iUNGi - DNS | Scoop.it

All secure crypto on the Internet assumes that the DNS lookup from names to IP addresses are insecure. Securing those DNS lookups therefore enables no meaningful security.


Via Danen Raas
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Different views, different roadmaps, leading to better solutions?

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Hackers Can Now Create Fake Traffic Jams

Hackers Can Now Create Fake Traffic Jams | iUNGi - DNS | Scoop.it
A couple of Israeli students figured out a way to create fake traffic jams using the popular, Google-owned Waze GPS app.
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Saudi Arabia plans to export solar energy to Europe via Turkey

Saudi Arabia plans to export solar energy to Europe via Turkey | iUNGi - DNS | Scoop.it

Saudi Arabia is going to export solar energy to Europe via Turkey, the Turkish Sabah newspaper reported on Saturday with reference to a source in the Energy Ministry of Turkey.

 

According to the newspaper, currently negotiations are underway between the governments of Saudi Arabia and Turkey.

 

Saudi Arabia intends to export solar energy through two routes - through Turkey to Europe, and through North Africa to Spain and Italy.

 

Earlier, Vice President of Renewable Energy of Saudi Arabia Khalid Al Sulaiman said that the issue of export of solar energy to Europe is under consideration.


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Gartner highlights 10 technology trends in energy & utilities - PublicTechnology.net

Gartner highlights 10 technology trends in energy & utilities - PublicTechnology.net | iUNGi - DNS | Scoop.it
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Smart cities: what urban life will be like in 2...

Smart cities: what urban life will be like in 2... | iUNGi - DNS | Scoop.it
If you work for a young web company, you probably think your office is pretty cool. Maybe it has a pool table or even a roof terrace. Pah!
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The Smart Cities Daily

The Smart Cities Daily | iUNGi - DNS | Scoop.it
The Smart Cities Daily, by Mohamed Karam: updated automatically with a curated selection of articles, blog posts, videos and photos. (RT @mkaram: The Smart Cities Daily is out!
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Nanowire Laced Ink Could be Next Game Changer for Solar

By Martin LaMonica on April 10, 2013 MIT Technology Review Ink filled with microscopic semiconductors called nanowires could make solar power cheaper by boosting the efficiency of solar panels by 25 percent, without adding much cost to...
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Spectrolab Sets Efficiency Record Utilizing Multi-Junction Solar Cells

SYLMAR, Calif., April 9, 2013 -- A Spectrolab solar cell recently set a world record by converting more energy from the sun into electricity than any other ground-based solar cell without solar concentration.
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