Alessandro Vesely

Alessandro Vesely

Tiny ISP and freelance programmer
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2016 - Oct 26 on The Internet Needs a Security and Performance Upgrade
2016 - Oct 19 on The Future of Software Patents
2016 - Jul 28 on Feds Shut Down Largest File-Sharing Site KickassTorrents - Founder Arrested, Domains Seized
2016 - May 26 on We Need You: Industry Collaboration to Improve Registration Data Services
2016 - Mar 31 on The Second Machine Age Calls for Vision and Leadership
2016 - Feb 24 on Security, Backdoors and Control
2015 - Jan 20 on When DNSBLs Go Bad
2014 - Dec 27 on Email Vendors: Time to Build in DMARC
2014 - Nov 19 on The EFF and Hanlon's Razor
2014 - Jun 18 on Paul Vixie on How the Openness of the Internet Is Poisoning Us
2014 - Apr 09 on Yahoo Addresses a Security Problem by Breaking Every Mailing List in the World
2014 - Jan 29 on Fine Grained Mail Filtering With IPv6
2013 - Nov 28 on The Framing of "IP Transition" Fails to Come to Terms With Real Impact of the Internet
2013 - Oct 25 on An Internet Governance Update
2013 - Jul 26 on Four New Generic Top Level Domains
2013 - May 01 on Different Focus on Spam Needed
2013 - Feb 07 on The Incredible Leakyness of Commercial Mailers (Cont'd)
2012 - Oct 03 on European Privacy Authorities Object to ICANN Whois Proposals
2012 - Jun 06 on Don't Make Us Treat Our Customers Like Criminals!
2012 - May 09 on Spam from Mobile Networks? Who Woulda Thought...
2012 - Mar 07 on How Spam Has Damaged Mail Forwarding - And Ways to Get Around It
2012 - Mar 06 on How Spam Has Damaged Mail Forwarding - And Ways to Get Around It
2012 - Feb 08 on Phish or Fair?
2011 - Dec 16 on Greylisting Still Works - Part II
2011 - Oct 23 on The Mainsleaze Blog
2011 - Oct 21 on The Mainsleaze Blog
2011 - Sep 24 on The Design of the Domain Name System, Part VIII - Names Outside the DNS
2011 - Sep 14 on Internet: Government Dominance or Governance?
2011 - Jul 19 on Hot Legal Action in Canada!
2011 - May 25 on A True Final Ultimate Solution to the Spam Problem?
2011 - May 07 on How the End of IPv4 Affects Email and Hosting
2011 - Apr 20 on 9 Thoughts on Stepping Up Spam and Malware Enforcement
2011 - Apr 13 on Real. Or. Phish?
2011 - Mar 30 on Digging Through the Problem of IPv6 and Email - Part 1
2011 - Mar 10 on IP Blocklists, Email, and IPv6
2011 - Feb 23 on Is Amazon Playing Chicken With Mailbox Providers?
2011 - Feb 11 on How the End of IPv4 Affects Email and Hosting
2010 - Oct 16 on The Spamhaus Whitelist
2010 - Sep 12 on ARF is Now an IETF Standard
2010 - Aug 25 on Digital Rights Management or Digital Restrictive Management?
2010 - May 19 on The Sad State of WHOIS, and Why Criminals Love It
2010 - Mar 14 on Sender Address Verification: Still a Bad Idea
2010 - Mar 09 on Are Portable Email Addresses Possible?
2010 - Jan 08 on Email Related Predictions for 2010
2009 - Dec 16 on ISPs Are Speaking, Is Anyone Listening?
2009 - Nov 30 on Opposition Mounts in Europe to Three-Strikes Proposals
2009 - Sep 16 on The US as Keeper of a 'Free' Internet?
2009 - Aug 26 on Helping Banks Fight Phishing and Account Fraud, Whether They Like It or Not
2009 - Aug 12 on Why Can't We Make the Internet Secure?
2009 - Jul 22 on Think China Is the Highest Spamming Country? Think Again
2009 - Jul 21 on Think China Is the Highest Spamming Country? Think Again
2009 - Jul 05 on What are TLDs Good For?
2009 - Jul 05 on Turn the Table on Content Filtering
2009 - Jun 10 on Fight Phishing With Branding
2009 - May 20 on China Calls for an End to the Internet Governance Forum
2009 - Apr 22 on The Cybersecurity Act of 2009
2009 - Mar 25 on How Hard Is It to Deploy DKIM?
2008 - Oct 22 on Users Don't Like Forwarded Spam
2008 - Sep 25 on Google Predicting Next Ten Years of the Internet
2008 - Sep 17 on Virginia Court Throws Out Spam Law; One Spammer Gets Away With It
2008 - May 24 on Are Botnets Run by Spy Agencies?
2008 - May 01 on Microsoft's Contribution Was TCP/IP
2008 - Apr 13 on Sender Address Verification: Still a Bad Idea
2008 - Mar 30 on More on the Soloway Case
2008 - Jan 16 on Up to 300 Megawatt Worth of Keepalive Messages to be Saved by IPv6?
2008 - Jan 10 on Up to 300 Megawatt Worth of Keepalive Messages to be Saved by IPv6?
2007 - Oct 18 on The "Internet of Things," the Internet and Internet Governance
2007 - Oct 03 on A Consociational Bureau for the Internet Governance Forum
2007 - Aug 11 on Spam: You've Come a Long Way, Baby
2007 - Jun 26 on Opt-In Permission for Mailing Lists: Is It Enough?
2007 - Jun 07 on The New Hong Kong Anti-Spam Law, and a Small Fly in the Ointment
2007 - Jun 07 on The New Hong Kong Anti-Spam Law, and a Small Fly in the Ointment
2007 - May 26 on Hotmail Running Its Own SMTP Variation
2007 - May 20 on Hotmail Running Its Own SMTP Variation
2007 - Feb 01 on Trench Warfare in the Age of The Laser-Guided Missile
2006 - Dec 31 on Map of the Internet: The IPv4 Space of 2006
2006 - Jan 05 on Europe is to the US Controlled GPS as Europe is to the US Controlled DNS Root?
2005 - Aug 02 on Address Policies
2005 - Aug 01 on Address Policies

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