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New dot-ca registry goes live

Moving forward, dot-ca purchases will be solely handed by CIRA-certified registrars. Find out what other changes are in store for IT administrators

Web registrars call for U.S. oversight of ICANN

Despite a decade of calls for international oversight over Internet domain name management, the vendor that operates the .com and .net domain names says the American government needs to continue managing the domain name system. U.S. congressman expressed concerns over fraud and national security

Srizbi botnet active again

Back from the dead. The zombie computers of one of the world's largest botnets have sprung back to life barely two weeks after the network was reported to have been shut down

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Court denies request to shut down Spamhaus

A U.S. judge has denied an appeal that would have suspended the domain name for Spamhaus, a U.K. antispam firm, averting a potential quagmire over how U.S. legal rulings apply across the global Internet.

390,000 applications for .eu names in first 100 minutes

The registry for the .eu top level domain (TLD) received 390,000 applications in the first 100 minutes after registration was opened to all residents of the European Union, E.U., Information Society and Media Commissioner Viviane Reding said Friday.

New database rejects eligible voters

Californias new voter registration database, whose creation the federal government once called a model for other states, may prevent thousands of eligible voters from casting ballots in a June 6 statewide election, officials fear.

Phony e-mail fools eBay

A sophisticated phishing attack has proven to be so successful, it has tricked eBay Inc.'s own fraud investigations team into endorsing it as legitimate, according to an independent security consultant who reported the attack to eBay.

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