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DENIC and CISPA Conclude Scientific Research Agreement

Combining research and practice in the DNS environment– that is the aim of the cooperation between CISPA – Helmholtz Center for Information Security (in foundation) and the DENIC Cooperative.

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ID4me: A New Single Sign-On Standard for Web Applications Enabling Fully User-Controlled Data Sovereignty

The ID4me initiative, co-founded by DENIC, which is in the process of establishing an open, federated protocol for digital identity management on the Internet, gains momentum.

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16 August 2016DNSSEC: New Hardware, New Key

DENIC has replaced the cryptographic hardware for signing the .de zone and rolled out a new KSK.

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4 July 2016Warning: Fake E-mails with malicious content in circulation

On 4 July 2016 German language e-mails with a forged from-address were sent out allegedly from The e-mails claim to be acknowledging a domain transfer. The e-mails can be identified by the German subject "DENIC eG – Domain-Transfer Bestätigung" in combination with the from-address...

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14 June 2016ICANN Accredits DENIC as Third Party Provider of Registrar Data Escrow (TPP RDE)

With Data Escrow, DENIC will soon provide a new service to the DENIC registrars.

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7 June 2016Information on Faked Invoices

At present questionable invoices issued by ".DE Deutsche Domain", which claims to be a provider of domain registration services, are in circulation. These invoices are not related to DENIC in any respect.

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12 April 2016Thunderbird 45 Now Also IDNA-Compatible Due To DENIC Source Code Donation

DENIC has contributed part of the code for the new version 45 of the free e-mail client Mozilla Thunderbird, which was launched on 12 April 2016: Thanks to this, Thunderbird now supports more special characters (IDNs) in e-mail addresses.

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