Reducing maximum lifetimes of TLS certificates to 90 days could eliminate up to 75% of third-party staleness.
New technique allows researchers to measure Internet censorship in overlooked countries without needing local volunteers or vantage points.
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This evolution could have implications for network planning, security considerations, and the overall adaptability of the infrastructure to changing demands.
Researchers gathered to develop four novel methods to visualize and listen for instances of network interference using open data sources.
A minor technical slip-up by Australia’s second-largest operator causes one-third of Australians to lose Internet and mobile connectivity.
The 50/50 Vision is an ambitious target set by the Internet Society to keep at least half of all Internet traffic in selected countries local by 2025.
A fire in a Bangladesh tower has disrupted Internet connectivity for around 40% of Internet users and exposed major Internet resiliency challenges.