This is not new but it still happens in 2014… Hijacking a website with just a small e-mail. Here are the facts. For a while, I’m hosting a friend’s website. His website is quite old and it already moved from servers to servers depending on my deployed infrastructure. A few
Lot of Belgian newspapers and sites reported today (Example of article – in French) that a project of law will be discussed soon (deriving from the EU Data Retention Directive) to request providers of telecommunications (Internet – Mobile services) to keep a trace of electronic communications. Wait, the article should say
Last week, I went to London to attend the RSA Conference Europe (my wrap up is here). One of the sessions I followed was presented by Eric Vyncke about “forensics in a post IPv4 exhaustion“. You should live on another planet if you’re not aware of the coming IPv4 exhaustion.
Yesterday I went to a cocktail organized by ISPA, the Belgian Internet Service Providers Association. I worked several years for ISP’s and I trying to keep in touch with them to gather interesting information about market trends. The topic of the event was “IPv6” (what a surprise!). Eric Vyncke, CTO
A new law is in the pipe in Belgium. Like snail mail or mobile numbers, the Federal authorities would like to implement the portability of e-mail addresses and homepages when the user changes of Internet Service Provider (for a period of six months). The goal of this law is to