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100,000 DNSSEC domains registered under .de!

On 10 October 2018, the 100,00th .de domain with DNSSEC key material was stored with DENIC.

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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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8 December 2003New DENIC Name Server in Berlin online

On 8 December 2003 DENIC starts up the operation of a new .de name server in Berlin. This also means, that from now one DENIC is operating all name servers which contain the accesss information of all .de domains by itself.

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24 November 2003IDN-Registration starts 1 March 2004

Starting 1 March 2004, domains with Umlauts and other additional letters (so called IDNs) can be registered under the Top Level Domain .de. Details may be found in the IDN section of this web site or the IDN-FAQ. ...

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24 November 2003IDNs to start on 1 March 2004

Registration of IDNs under .de is possible starting on 1 March 2004. Up-to-date information is available in the section IDN.

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4 November 2003DENIC's website with new look

The complete web presence has been refashioned and presents itself in a modern and functional design. ...

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31 October 2003Germany is the world's leading nation with respect to websites

Germany has more websites per person than any other country, says an OECD-study. ...

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