LinkedIn On Defensive About Security of ‘Intro’

LinkedIn on Thursday faced criticism from security experts and confusion from members over Intro, a new software product that embeds public LinkedIn profiles into emails received by iPhone users. Our Advice – don’t use it! A link to a security firms analysis – BishopFox    

New Top Level Domain Names – Can you protect your Brand?

An Explosion of New Domain Names The Internet currently operates with 22 Top Level Domains*. ICANN, the organization that manages these names, has proposed an expansion to provide more generic names, perhaps .store for example, or .book.  Under the proposed expansion, there may be as many as 1,400 new Top … Read More

A Week Without Power!

It has been a dramatic week for us here in Calgary, and we sympathize with those affected by the flooding in Calgary and Southern Alberta. There remains much to do but things are returning to normal at an astounding pace. We wanted to update everyone on our server status, given … Read More

Spyware

Spyware Spyware is Internet jargon for Advertising Supported software (Adware). It is a way for shareware authors to make money from a product, other than by selling it to the users. There are several large media companies that offer them to place banner ads in their products in exchange for … Read More

DNS Servers

What is a DNS Server? A DNS Server is a hidden server that stores lists of domain names and their associated IP addresses. Their purpose is to make it easier for people to find the site they are looking for on the internet without having to memorize IP addresses (e.g. … Read More