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Yakov Shafranovich

Software Architect & Consultant
Joined on September 1, 2004
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About

Yakov Shafranovich is a co-founder and software architect with SolidMatrix Technologies, Inc., a software development and consulting company targeting the service industry. He is actively involved with the design and development of large-scale applications utilizing XML and other Internet standards. Mr. Shafranovich is active in the Internet community as an individual member of the New York chapter of the Internet Society (ISOC-NY) and a member of the IETF. He served as a co-chair of the Anti-Spam Research Group (ASRG) of the Internet Research Task Force (IRTF) from August 2003 until May 2004.

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2006 - Feb 02 on AOL and Goodmail: Two Steps Back for Email
2005 - Jun 02 on ICANN Approves New Domain for Adult Sites
2005 - Jan 18 on Hijacking of Panix.com: A Call for An Emergency Rollback Procedure
2005 - Jan 13 on 2004: The Year That Promised Email Authentication
2004 - Nov 01 on AOL Fires Across the Bow of Spam-Friendly ISPs
2004 - Oct 28 on Sender-ID Back from the Dead
2004 - Oct 27 on Why DomainKeys is Broken
2004 - Sep 09 on Sender ID: A Tale of Open Standards and Corporate Greed? - Part II
2004 - Sep 07 on Sender ID: A Tale of Open Standards and Corporate Greed? - Part II
2004 - Sep 02 on Sender ID: A Tale of Open Standards and Corporate Greed? - Part I

Topic Interests

DNSCybersecuritySpamNetworksEmailWhoisDomain NamesICANNThreat IntelligenceInternet ProtocolNew TLDsPolicy & Regulation

Recent Blogs

Something’s Cooking at IETF with Email Authentication

2004: The Year That Promised Email Authentication

ICANN Transfer Policy: Domain Hijacking Got Easier or Did It?

Sender-ID Back from the Dead

MARID is Dead

Popular Posts

Sender ID: A Tale of Open Standards and Corporate Greed? - Part II

Sender ID: A Tale of Open Standards and Corporate Greed? - Part I

ICANN Transfer Policy: Domain Hijacking Got Easier or Did It?

The Rumors of Sender ID’s Demise Are Exaggerated

MARID is Dead