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🌐 WebSniffer Update
In this section you will learn about the latest product updates of the WebSniffer project.
WebSniffer is an intelligence platform in the making that is going to track changes on the web and provide actionable insights to its users. The online tool can currently view HTTP response headers of any web page, do domain name, IP address lookups and provides user’s browser information such as IP address, user agent and more.
✨ Accepting Brave Rewards
From now on WebSniffer accepts Brave Rewards. Brave Rewards are credit points that are available to all users of the open-source and privacy-centric Brave web browser. Users now can donate Brave Regards to the WebSniffer project. Simply navigate to websniffer.com, click the triangular icon in the address bar of the Brave browser and then click the “Send Tip“ button.
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Global Encryption Day 2022
Date: Friday, 21 October 2022
ICANN Training Series: DNSSEC 101
Date: Thursday, 27 October 2022
Date: Friday, 28 October 2022
Here are some interesting news from the Web, computer networks and cybersecurity fields that are worth sharing 👇
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Microsoft announced that IT admins can now configure any Windows system still receiving security updates to automatically block brute force attacks targeting the built-in Administrator account via a group policy.
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Loïc Damilaville asks in his article if the recent price increase by VERISIGN of .COM and .NET domains could be the reason of the first time in the history decrease of those domain registrations.
Rickard Vikström of DomainCrawler in his article finds out that by analyzing domain name data and usage, it’s possible to predict fairly accurately domain name renewal rates.
The industrial cybersecurity market is anticipated to grow at a compound annual growth rate of 7.7%, from US$20.7 billion in 2022 to US$43.5 billion in 2032, according to a new report by Future Market Insights.
Peter Tobey of IPv4.Global in his article explains how malicious actors hijack IP addresses, which were properly registered to someone else.