Garth Bruen

Garth Bruen

Internet Fraud Analyst and Policy Developer
Joined on May 22, 2008 – United States
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About

ICANN At-Large Advisory Council (ALAC) member from North America. Former North American RALO Chair. Professor of Cybercrime and Researcher at Fisher College in Boston.

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ICANN Complaint System Easily Gamed

Narcotics Traffic Is Not Part of a Healthy Domain System

ICANN Complaint System Easily Gamed

Narcotics Traffic Is Not Part of a Healthy Domain System

ICANN Fails Consumers (Again)

DotSpam? Certain New gTLDs Rapidly Outpacing Legacy TLDs in Terms of Abuse

Consumer Trust? Not at ICANN Compliance

Rape in the DNS

Domain Name Registrar Allows Completely Blank WHOIS

ICANN and Your Internet Abuse

WHOIS Review and Beyond 3.7.8

ICANN's Contract Not Enforceable on WHOIS Accuracy

Fake Bank Site, Fake Registrar

De Facto Rules a Boon to Rogue Players

ICANN's Contract Not Enforceable on WHOIS Accuracy

Port 43 Failures Continue to Haunt

Most Abusive Domain Registrations are Preventable

Port 43 Failures Continue to Haunt

  • Comment posted Mar 09, 2012 2:32 pm PST — by Garth Bruen
    ...that's all

Most Abusive Domain Registrations are Preventable

End of the World/Internet on 31-March-2012?

Most Abusive Domain Registrations are Preventable

End of the World/Internet on 31-March-2012?

Most Abusive Domain Registrations are Preventable

  • Comment posted Feb 17, 2012 2:33 am PST — by Garth Bruen
    956,702

Garth Bruen Discussing Whois, DNSSEC and Domain Security

Two Years Later Dozens of Registrars Still in the Shadows

What's Driving Spam and Domain Fraud? Illicit Drug Traffic

Two Years Later Dozens of Registrars Still in the Shadows

Policy Failure Enables Mass Malware: Part II (ICANN and OnlineNIC)

Policy Failure Enables Mass Malware: Part I (Rx-Partners/VIPMEDS)

Who Is Blocking WHOIS? Part 2

Who is Blocking WHOIS?

Who Is Blocking WHOIS? Part 2

KnujOn Releases Internet "Doomsday Book"

Who is Blocking WHOIS?

Registrar Abacus America is in Corporate Delinquency

The Sad State of WHOIS, and Why Criminals Love It

When Registrars Look the Other Way, Drug-Dealers Get Paid

The Sad State of WHOIS, and Why Criminals Love It

  • Comment posted May 13, 2010 2:02 pm PDT — by Garth Bruen
    Bravo!

When Registrars Look the Other Way, Drug-Dealers Get Paid

DEFCON 1 Status at ICANN

When Registrars Look the Other Way, Drug-Dealers Get Paid

MIT 2010 Spam Conference Starts Tomorrow...

Should a Domain Name Registrar Run from a PO Box?

MIT Spam Conference: 2010 Call for Papers and Participation

The World's Most Dangerous Country Code Top-Level Domains

Last Decade in Spam

  • Comment posted Jan 06, 2010 2:53 am PST — by Garth Bruen
    Great summary

What's Driving Spam and Domain Fraud? Illicit Drug Traffic

Most Spam Sites Linked to Just About 10 Domain Name Registrars

Topic Interests

CybersecurityPolicy & RegulationWebCyberattackCybercrimeMalwareNetworksWhoisInternet GovernanceRegistry ServicesDNSDomain NamesCybersquattingICANNSpamLawTop-Level DomainsAccess ProvidersEmailPrivacyTelecomNet NeutralityCensorshipInternet ProtocolIP AddressingDNS SecurityUDRPRegional RegistriesIntellectual PropertyMobile InternetDDoS

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ICANN Complaint System Easily Gamed

Narcotics Traffic Is Not Part of a Healthy Domain System

ICANN Fails Consumers (Again)

DotSpam? Certain New gTLDs Rapidly Outpacing Legacy TLDs in Terms of Abuse

Consumer Trust? Not at ICANN Compliance

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