ICANN 2017 Nominating Committee Announces Selections from Over 99 applications

01 September 2017 – The ICANN 2017 Nominating Committee has announced its selections for eight leadership positions within ICANN. The selections include: ICANN Board of Directors Avri Doria (North America) Sarah Deutsch (North America) At-Large Advisory Committee (ALAC) Hadia Elminiawi (Africa) Kaili Kan (Asia, Australia, Pacific Islands) Richardo Holmquist (Latin America, Caribbean Islands) Council of …

eScan Warns on Security Flaws in Xiaomi’s MIUI Software

Security solutions company eScan on Thursday in a 36-page report alleged that Xiaomi’s MIUI custom Android ROM has multiple flaws that affected the security of user data. Xiaomi system apps such as the uninstall mechanism and Mi Mover were some of the flawed aspects of MIUI, the report stated. The Chinese smartphone company has refuted …

Social engineering remains the most elusive hackers tool

Security experts have released new password recommendations however, hackers long ago realized that getting into a victim’s email or iCloud doesn’t require keyloggers, zero days, or USBs pre-loaded with malware. Nope, it’s much easier than that, it takes more charm than geek. The world of social engineering is where those looking gain access to protected …

GoDaddy Reports Continued Strong Growth In Second Quarter

Q2 Revenue up 22% on Growing Customers and ARPU plus HEG Acquisition; Operating Cash Flow up 23% and uFCF up 61% SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Aug. 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — GoDaddy Inc. (NYSE: GDDY), the world’s largest cloud platform dedicated to small, independent ventures, today reported financial results for the second quarter ended June 30, 2017. “GoDaddy successfully …

EFF has warned domain registrants against unfair policies set by new TLD registries

In a white paper released on Thursday, EFF has warned domain registrants against unfair policies set by new TLD registries and offers ways to minimize exposure to trademark bullying. The white paper titled, “Which Internet registries offer the best protection for domain owners?” also touches on how some domain name registries and registrars do a …

Almost half of UK businesses would pay ransom following an attack

UK businesses are most likely to pay up following a ransomware attack, new figures have claimed. Research by security firm Malwarebytes found that almost half (49 per cent) of UK businesses would pay ransom following a ransomware attack. Globally, the figure sits somewhat lower, at 42 per cent, according to Malwarebytes’ “Second Annual State of …