The internet has become a venue for battles between the Egyptian government and protesters, through social networking sites such as Facebook and the home pages of groups such as Anonymous and the People's Liberation Front.
Redwood City, CA – January 7, 2011. Leading Internet pioneer Barry Greene has been appointed by Paul Vixie to succeed him in his role as President of ISC. Vixie, Founder and President of ISC since its beginning, has accepted the role of Chairman and Chief Scientist.
Redwood City, CA – January 7, 2011. Visionary ISC founder and president Paul Vixie has accepted the role of Chairman and Chief Scientist of the growing company and has appointed Barry Greene his successor as President.
Posted: Tuesday, 19 October 2010 Vinton Cerf has been elected and Paul Vixie has been re-elected to the ARIN Board of Trustees. Each will serve a three-year term commencing 1 January 2011. The ARIN Board of Trustees congratulates Vinton and Paul. Read more
By: Maria Cootauco September 21, 2010 Paul Vixie has a lot on his mind. As the president of the Internet Systems Consortium (ISC), a non-profit public benefit corporation based in Redwood City, Calif., Vixie and his team at the ISC are tasked with producing and distributing open source software and protocols to help quash cyber crimes.
Redwood City, CA – July 20, 2010. Internet Systems Consortium (ISC) announces the first developmental release of BIND 10. This exciting next generation of BIND, the most widely deployed DNS server software on the Internet, is not intended to replace BIND 9 – yet. This current release of BIND 10 marks the achievement of the first year milestone for the project, an authoritative-only DNS server. As part of its collaborative mission, ISC encourages all DNS administrators and developers to download and thoroughly test BIND 10.
Redwood City, CA – July 15, 2010. ISC joined other key participants of the internet technical community in celebrating the achievement of a significant milestone for the Domain Name System today as the root zone was digitally signed for the first time. This marked the deployment of the DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC) at the top level of the DNS hierarchy and ushers the way forward for further roll-out of DNSSEC in the top level domains and DNS Service Providers.
San Francisco, May 21, 2010 – As an industry service, the Messaging Anti-Abuse Working Group (MAAWG), the largest global anti-spam industry organization, has released its first online training video and is opening the technical training sessions at its next meeting to non-members for the first time, both at no cost. The new four-part tutorial by leading experts on DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) is now available at the MAAWG website, and the live training courses on DNS security, complaint feedback loops, and DKIM at the MAAWG 19th Gen