Merit Network
Can't find what you're looking for? Search the Mail Archives.
  About Merit   Services   Network   Resources & Support   Network Research   News   Events   Home

Discussion Communities: Merit Network Email List Archives

North American Network Operators Group

Date Prev | Date Next | Date Index | Thread Index | Author Index | Historical

Re: Real-time WHOIS for .COM

  • From: william(at)elan.net
  • Date: Thu Aug 11 17:44:06 2005


On Thu, 11 Aug 2005, Florian Weimer wrote:

It seems that one of the largest Verisign competitors plans to hide
the registrar information completely and permanently.  (They operate
according the thick registry model, if I got the terminology right, so
this is quite possible.)  If you don't like this move, speak up.
I don't like this...

Unfortunately, only those who know which ccTLD I'm talking about have
a vote. 8-(
but ccTLD operate under different rules then gTLDs and I'm not sure
that my not liking this can cause any changes. ccTLD operator is
pretty much free to do as they like (as long as government agency
for that country does not get angtry at them).

the average length of a phishing e-mail spam last some 45 minues,
ITYM "median".  Average is definitely highier.
Closer to 8 hours I think, but I dont have enough data to be certain.

--
William Leibzon
Elan Networks
william@elan.net




Discussion Communities


About Merit | Services | Network | Resources & Support | Network Research
News | Events | Contact | Site Map | Merit Network Home


Merit Network, Inc.