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Domain Registrars ID Cyber-Criminals With Secure Domain Foundation API

This article entitled Domain Registrars ID Cyber-Criminals With Secure Domain Foundation API is an interesting one. I personally, in my opinion, think this could be a step in the right direction. Fahmida Y. Rashid wrote this article for Security Week, and its a good one to read. What do my readers think of this?

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Domain Registrars ID Cyber-Criminals With Secure Domain Foundation API was released on March 23, 2014 at 7:47 pm by tech in article commentary.
Last modified: March 23, 2014.

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  1. Comment by tech date 24 March 2014 alle 19:19 (),

    These are very interesting comments. I somewhat agree, and anything can be abused at some point whether you want it to or not. The spammers have access to our contact and applications now and fill them out all the time with worthless crap. Can’t stop that unless we pull it all off the net. Nothing is perfect, but we’ll see how things go.

  2. Comment by crashmaster date 24 March 2014 alle 13:06 (),

    The only issue is who is a chriminal.
    And who controls ican right now.
    can it be trusted?
    Its in transition as we all do know but at least for now a large part of this un type organisation is still us controled and maybe continuing to be us controled.
    What is a chriminal.
    A chriminal is one that commits crimes, murder, robbery, rape, other things like spam and other cyber crime.
    However I am suspicious.
    Being that my family are natives of indernesia, a criminal is one that pisses the government off, says they are corrupt, is to rich for their own good or who is payed by others to get killed off.
    In the us its anyone that they cay pirates stuff or pisses off the corperations.
    This may be sinical but I am not convinced that while in principal its a logical step to handle the load of cybercrime that it will not be missused by those that have control and lets face it corperations control everyone and everything.
    In the western world at least.
    Half the net crimes are probably though unproven fake and there are people watching seeing who goes to jail next.
    I have doubts to the relyability of the new system especially in the wake of the state of the world as of late not to mention every government from rusia to the us to whatever trying to get as much control as they can weather its invasion of a country, killing people or taking over the net.
    This new non profit security foundation sounds really good, to good to be true.
    In fact I am sure it will be abused.
    The fact I am able to even write this is probably due to new zealand, though having some restrictions saying no to a lot of the restrictions from the us and continuing to do so.
    I am sure if this was not so I’d be in jail for everything and nothing.
    I still have family in indonesia, do these people have any idea about what you can and can’t do there?
    Do they realise how you must be on your toes all the time, not mention words like rich or corrupt in the street, government word is as bad as saying fuck you nigger in public.
    Do they realise that if you get jallous you can get put in jail or put someone else in jail?
    This foundation is to good to not be abused.
    So I really am not sure again if this will really stop things.
    I was in indonesia for a holiday and really after paying various people off and trying to keep all issues to yourself the net is fast becoming the part of the big people that can just say do this or we put you in jail.
    They already do that in china, give a few more years and the net may be just as crazy as the offline world.
    Convinced I am not!

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