Limited IP Resources Leave Smaller ISPs Vulnerable to Judgement Errors When Making Tough Cybersecurity Calls

An increasing number of cyberattacks on internet users is causing more and more internet blackouts as smaller Internet Providers struggle with tough choices and limited resources. Gustavas Davidavicius, Abuse Prevention Team Lead at IPXO, shares insights on the role of human errors in ISP-related cybersecurity failures and other measures that can be taken to reduce the incidence and impact of cyber-attacks globally. more

BreakTheCode.Tech is Back!

Radix's .Tech Domains announces the return of its codebreaking game in partnership with GitHub, Major League Hacking (MLH), Digital Ocean, Namecheap, and more. more

WhoisXML API Introduces Data Streaming as a Delivery Model

In addition to batch data feeds, real-time APIs, and web-based GUIs, WhoisXML API now delivers domain intelligence through data streaming. With the new delivery model, the company provides the data to users as soon as they are made available and processed at an interval of 1 hour or less. more

Be Wary of Bogus Web Properties This Tax Season

The U.S. tax season began when the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) started accepting and processing 2021 tax returns on 24 January 2022. The deadline is set for 18 April 2022, and taxpayers expect to receive email notifications regarding penalties, refunds, and other tax-related issues more

Dormant IPv4 Addresses Can Help Mitigate Expected Network Outages

Last year, internet users experienced multiple network outages due to increased reliance on the online space. Connectivity problems are predicted to continue throughout 2022; however, employing currently dormant IP resources could help mitigate the problem. more

Are Cybersquatters Going After the Car Manufacturing Sector?

Distinguishing properties added by the companies themselves is an essential part of this study. If the legitimate company owns the domains and subdomains, they have control over these assets. Otherwise, the digital properties can be considered rogue that can be potentially used in brand abuse, phishing campaigns, and other malicious activities. more

To Accelerate 5G Adoption, European Telcos Need More IP Addresses

European telecommunication service providers are being pushed to pick up the pace regarding 5G adoption. However, the next-gen technology requires immense data capacity and transmission speeds, thus setting up the new infrastructure is no easy task for telcos. more

Radix Year in Review: Radical Marketing Campaigns From 2021

From drawing attention to computer science education (or the lack thereof) in marginalized communities to offering free entrepreneurial education for ideapreneurs and much more, our brands kept raising the bar to raise awareness and adoption of our nTLDs. more

3 Key Recommendations to Trust the Cloud More by Trusting It Less

Cloud outages happen all the time, but there has been an observed increase in major outages in recent years. In 2021, the increase was exponential with many notable incidents in the month of June 2021. These outages are affecting a significant number of companies of various sizes. more

Radix Reports $6 Million in Total Retail Premium Domain Name Revenue in Its H2 2021 Premiums Report

We are excited to share our bi-annual premium report for the second half of 2021. This report gives a full overview of the premium domain sales across our nTLD portfolio from 1st July 2021 till 31st December 2021. more

When Safe Doesn’t Mean Threat-Free, Watch Out for Rogue Internet Safety Sites

Many countries worldwide celebrate Safer Internet Day every February 8. And while most parents always strive to do their best to keep their children safe while browsing the Web, threat actors still manage to abuse their good intentions. How? more

The Oscars and Suspicious Web Activity: What’s the Link?

It's not unusual for movies, actors, and actresses to serve as lures in cyber attacks. Our recent post on "Spider-Man: No Way Home" proved that. Phishers and other threat actors will, unfortunately, try to capitalize on anything that's bound to get a lot of user attention. And the annual Oscar Awards is no stranger to such a scenario. Just last year, in fact, hackers used nominated films as phishing baits. This year may be no different. more