The exploded adoption of internet and smartphone has made business and individuals to rush to secure their online identity. Consequently, the number of domain name registrations worldwide has reached 342.4 million by the end of Q3 2018, clocking 3.5% YoY growth,...
DDoS attacks are on the rise yet again. The recent report by Verisign indicates the worrisome scenario as there has been a 35% increase reported in the number of DDoS attacks during Q2 2018 as compared to the previous quarter. What...
With the exploded penetration of internet and e-commerce in developing markets, the number of domain registrations worldwide has reached 329.3 million figure by the end of Q4 2016. According to the latest data released by Verisign, 2.3 million domain names were...
Despite being a very useful resource, the Internet is extremely sensitive to malpractices. Cyber attacks have become an everyday affair. One of the many malpractices that have raged the internet world is Distributed Denial of Services (DDoS) attacks. Recently, Verisign...
The number of Domain registrations worldwide is growing at a staggering pace. According to the latest data sheet released by Verisign, the global leader in domain registration and internet security, the total number of domains registered reached 334.6 million TLDs...
VeriSign- the company behind the root DNS servers that provide the foundation for the Web and formerly the largest encryption certificate authority, which is ultimately responsible for the integrity of Web addresses ending in .com, .net and .gov -...
Surely it does not matter what recession is showing off or people are reserving themselves for any new commitment, new business setup has picked up the pace for, at least on Internet. The global base of Internet domain names grew by more than 3 million in the second quarter of 2010 with a base of more than 196.3 million domain name registrations across all the Top Level Domain Names (TLDs).
Twitter, YouTube, PayPal, MySpace, Alibaba, Baidu, eTrade and Infosys are some of the companies included in the list. Tim Berners-Lee, Vint Cerf, Jim Clark and Andy Grove are some of the internet entrepreneurs who have found mentioned in the list.
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